- Lifestyle and dietary changes-This can include participating in regular exercise and making dietary changes. If you smoke your doctor will most likely recommend that you stop smoking immediately.
- Behavioral therapies-This can include but is not limited to bladder training and keeping a voiding diary.
- Exercises and physical therapy-This will include doing Kegel exercises and other exercises that can strengthen the pelvic floor muscles.
- Medications-There are certain medications that can be used to treat different kinds of incontinence.
- Surgery-This option is usually only done as a last resort when all other treatment options have failed or when there has been an injury to the pelvic region that can be repaired.