Lets’ talk Stress Urinary Incontinence
Our Stress Urinary Incontinence blog
For those suffering with SUI, taking part in exercise-related events – such as the Virgin Money London Marathon this weekend (Sunday 28 April) - can be a daunting experience with worries of “leaking” along the route.
Control Your Choice is a UK-wide campaign launched to empower women to seek treatment for common health conditions, in particular, Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI).
With the recent, shocking news that less than half of over-40s have taken up the opportunity for a free NHS Health Check, 2019 could be the year for Brits to stop putting their own wellbeing on the backburner and start diarising their personal “med-min”.
Today marks the start of Urology Week – a global campaign launched to spread the word about the importance of urological health.
Following the recent, temporary ban on the use of vaginal ‘mesh’ for the treatment of stress urinary incontinence (SUI), reality TV stars such as Danielle Lloyd and Tanya Bardsley have spoken publicly about their own struggles with SUI and the treatment pathways available to them.
Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI) is a very common condition, affecting an estimated 30% of women worldwide.

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