Continence management means managing any loss of bladder or bowel control (incontinence). Incontinence can occur in children and adults. Urinary incontinence is common and may have a range of causes, including as a result of an underlying treatable medical condition. Continence management usually includes a full assessment, including general physical examination looking for signs of medical conditions causing incontinence; history taking and often keeping a bladder/bowel diary; and any of a variety of tests. Once the condition is assessed, a treatment plan is created. Treatment options range from symptom management, behaviour management, and medications to surgery. The least invasive treatment is started first. Treatment options may be aimed at underlying causes of the incontinence, or at managing the symptoms, such as using absorbent products, along with education and ongoing support.
Obstetrician and Gynaecologist
Anil Sharma is a specialist Gynaecologist working in Auckland, New Zealand, who provides quality medical and surgical . . .
Anju has extensive experience in reconstructive surgery for pelvic organ prolapse and in the management of female urinary incontinence. . . .
Areas of Specialisation: Uro-oncology, Open & Endoscopic Surgeon including Radical Prostatectomy, Cystectomy, Nephrectomy, Laser treatment of Renal . . .