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, including:

  • INCONTINENCE: the involuntary loss of urine from the bladder. While not a normal part of the aging process, prevalence of this condition does increase with age. Types of incontinence include urge, stress, functional, overflow and transient.

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Voiding Dysfunction and Incontinence Treatment Team

Penn’s urology team works together to offer you treatment options for voiding dysfunction and incontinence.

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