What's your risk for urinary incontinence?

Answer the following questions to find out your risk for developing urinary incontinence:

Are you overweight?

Are you older than 65?

Are you female?

Have you experienced vaginal childbirth?

Have you had a condition that may have caused damage to the nerves affecting control of the bladder, such as stroke or diabetes?

Are you a smoker?

Have you had prostate problems?

Have you had a hysterectomy?

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Incontinence Expert

Dr Prenevin Govender completed his MBChB at the University of Cape Town in 2001. He obtained his Fellowship of the College of Urologists in 2009 and graduated with distinction for a Masters in Medicine from the University of Cape Town in 2010. His special interests include laparoscopic, pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence surgery. He consults full-time at Life Kingsbury Hospital in Claremont.

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