Patient Handout: Bladder Training


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Bladder training can break the habit of frequent voiding, and it can decrease urinary urgency. Bladder training is an important form of behavioral therapy that can be effective in treating urinary incontinence. Voiding on demand allows a woman to regain voluntary control of the bladder, rather than it controlling her. wome’s restroom sign

Our patient handout outlines the value of a toileting schedule and gives women helpful hints on controlling the urge to go.

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