Do You Suffer From Symptoms of Incontinence?

Medication for Urinary and Fecal Incontinence

Before taking any medication for incontinence, it is important to speak to a physician. Certain medications can be a dangerous mask for a larger problem. Over-the-counter medications such as antacids and laxatives may, in fact, be making your bladder or bowel issues far worse. Consequently, if you are taking unrelated prescription medications, these could be irritating your bladder or bowel.

Fortunately, there are many forms of treatment for urinary and fecal incontinence including oral medications, patches, or creams. Before taking any medication for incontinence, it is important to speak to a physician.

Some urinary incontinence medication:

  • Anticholinergics
  • Estrogen
  • Imipramine
  • Desmopressin

Some medications for bowel incontinence include:

  • Anti-diarrheal medication
  • Metamucil

Our expert physicians can help you pinpoint the source of your incontinence and determine the best method of treatment. Determining the source of your urinary or fecal incontinence symptoms will allow your physician a better understanding of the ways your condition can be effectively treated.


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About The Incontinence Institute

At the Incontinence Institute, our team of healthcare providers understand the physical and mental trials that accompany living with urinary or bowel incontinence. Because of this, we are sensitive to your situation and treat all of our patients with the utmost respect and concern for discretion.


Individual incontinence conditions, treatment and recovery times may vary. Each patient's experience with incontinence procedures and / or surgery will differ. All surgical procedures involve some level of risk. If directed to pursue surgery by your physician, prompt action is advised, as waiting may reduce the efficacy of surgical treatment. The opinions expressed in patient testimonials are by patients only; they are not qualified medical professionals. These opinions should not be relied upon as, or in place of, the medical advice of a licensed doctor, etc.

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Incontinence Institute 2009 Mallory Lane, Suite 100 Franklin, Tennessee 37067

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