How often should I go to the bathroom?

Every person has different individual bathroom needs. If you've noticed a change in your habits, we recommend talking to your healthcare provider to develop a personalized treatment plan.
Your doctor can introduce you to a variety of ways to manage your leaks, including scheduled bathroom visits that allow you to empty your bladder on a regular basis, even when you don't "have" to go.

Learn more about the treatment options you can explore with your doctor here.

 

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