Table of contents for A woman's guide to urinary incontinence / Rene Genadry and Jacek L. Mostwin.

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1. Introduction: What Is Urinary Incontinence and What Can Be Done about It?
2. The Urinary System: Understanding How It Works
3. Stress and Urge: Types of Incontinence and Their Causes
4. Consulting a Doctor: Who Should You Go To and What Can You Expect?
5. Medical Tests: Why and How Are They Done?
6. Nonsurgical Treatments: What Options Are Available?
7. Surgical Treatments: What Does Incontinence Surgery Involve?
8. Selecting Treatment: Which One Is Right for You?
9. Treatment Complications: What Should You Do If Something Goes Wrong?
10. Summary: Taking Control of Urinary Incontinence

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Urinary incontinence -- Popular works.
Women -- Diseases -- Treatment -- Popular works.