Behavioral therapies for urinary incontinence in men (Copyright © PeaceHealth)
Publication Year: 2010
This fact sheet describes several types of behavioral methods that are used for treating male urinary incontinence: bladder training, habit training, biofeedback, and pelvic muscle exercises. Men who have incontinence due to physical or mental limitations (functional incontinence) can try timed voiding and prompted voiding.
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