Among the most common urogynecological conditions, and one that many women find difficult to talk about is urinary incontinence.

At least one in four Americans suffers from incontinence. Urinary incontinence is twice as common in women as in men and far more common in older women than younger. For anyone with urinary incontinence, it’s not just a medical concern, it’s a problem that impacts one’s emotional, social and psychological life.

If it’s a concern for you, take a few minutes to complete this questionnaire.

Which of these symptoms best describes you? Select all that apply.

  • Frequent, strong or sudden urination-day, night, or both
  • Accidental leakage with physical activity-exercising, sneezing, or coughing
  • Leakage with little or no warning-sometimes unable to make it to the bathroom in time
  • Unable to completely empty bladder-feels like there is more even after going to the bathroom
  • Pain in bladder or pelvic area
  • Problems with bowel function (if checked, please select symptom from these three:
  • Accidental loss or leakage of stool
  • Constipation
  • Other
  • No bladder of bowel problems (if checked, please conclude questionnaire)
  • These symptoms are bothersome and I would like to learn more about potential treatment options from a Welia Health specialist.

It’s possible to put an end to the worrying. Treatment options are available.
Learn more today by calling Welia Health at 800.245.5671.