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Bladder Control Problems (cont.)

Follow-up for Bladder Control Problems (Incontinence)

Follow the recommendations of your physician.

Make and keep regular follow-up appointments. You can discuss your progress with your physician, and he or she can tailor your treatment accordingly.

Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 12/11/2015
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