Urinary Incontinence in Men
Difficulty with bladder control and urinary leakage is an issue that affects millions of men. However, there have been major advances in the treatment options available for these conditions. West Georgia Urology uses the most advanced techniques available to diagnose and treat this condition for each patient.
Our medical staff will start by taking a detailed medical history and performing a physical exam. This evaluation may include the following:
- Urine culture and sensitivity
- Urine cytology
- PSA, BMP
- Post-void residual measurement
- Urine flow study
- Urodynamic testing
- Digital Rectal Exam
- Renal Ultrasound
Treatment will depend on the cause of the incontinence. The treatment may consist of more than one option to get the best results.