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Key questions on urinary incontinence in women (1 CPD hour)

Consultant obstetrician and urogynaecology subspecialist Mr Ruwan Fernando answers questions from GP Dr Mandeep Baveja on history-taking, bladder training and the use of intravaginal oestrogens.



This module will update your knowledge on urinary incontinence in women, including:

  • How to establish a diagnosis of stress incontinence or overactive bladder
  • When to consider duloxetine in stress incontinence
  • Types of stress incontinence surgery available to patients
  • Intravaginal oestrogens in the management of OAB, how this treatment should be monitored and when to consider stopping it

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