Voiding dysfunction refers to the inability to empty the bladder normally. Penn urologists provide evaluation and management of all types of voiding dysfunction in males and females.
Many people suffer from one type of voiding dysfunction, called urinary incontinence -- the involuntary loss of urine from the bladder. While it's not a normal part of the aging process, the prevalence of incontinence does increase with age. It takes many different forms, such as urge, stress, overflow, functional and transient incontinence.
Watch the video below to learn how Penn urologist, Ariana Smith, MD, helped Amy get back to her active lifestyle after suffering from incontinence.
Penn’s urology team works together to offer you treatment options for voiding dysfunction and incontinence.
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