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Incontinence FAQs (cont.)

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Society Urodynamics & Female Urology (SUFU)

American Urogynecologic Society
2025 M Street NW, Suite 800
Washington, DC 20036
202-367-1167
info@augs.org

National Association for Continence
PO Box 1019
Charleston, SC 29402-1019
800-BLADDER (252-3337)
memberservices@nafc.org

American Urological Association
1000 Corporate Boulevard
Linthicum, MD 21090
866-RING AUA (746-4282)

The Simon Foundation for Continence
PO Box 815
Wilmette, Il 60091
800-23Simon (237-4666)

Web Links

National Association for Continence, What Is Incontinence

The Simon Foundation for Continence, The Importance of Diagnosis

MedlinePlus, Urinary Incontinence

American Urological Association, Causes and Natural History of Bladder Control Problems

UrologyHealth.org, Urinary Tract Infections in Adults

National Kidney and Urologic Diseases Information Clearinghouse

MedlinePlus, Urinary Incontinence

Medical College of Wisconsin, Fallen Bladder (Cystocele)

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