Stress Incontinence Patient Education Handout (Printable PDF)

Stress Incontinence Patient Education Handout (Printable PDF)

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A patient handout covering the symptoms, causes, prevention, and management of stress incontinence.
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This patient education handout has been medically reviewed by Mr. Nicholas Dixon, MbchB MRCOG, Specialist Trainee Obstetrics and Gynaecology.

Discover the Stress Incontinence Patient Education Handout, a handout providing readers with a brief overview of stress incontinence. This is a perfect addition to GP surgeries, clinics, hospitals, and health centres, to print out in leaflet format for patients to take home.

The handout is informative and covers the following information:

  • What stress incontinence is
  • Symptoms associated with stress incontinence
  • Causes
  • Pelvic floor exercises for prevention
  • Management of stress incontinence

The information is complemented with accurate anatomical images of the pelvis that are labelled, showing a normal pelvis, as well as the pelvis of an individual with stress incontinence.

Although women are more prone to suffering from involuntary leakage, it can affect both genders. There is often a lot of shame and embarrassment experienced by individuals experiencing stress incontinence, and this handout will educate patients and empower them to seek the help they may need.

The Stress Incontinence Patient Education Handout has been designed by our professional medical illustrators, using the latest information, and written in an easy-to-understand manner.  

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