Featured Resources

General Pediatric Incontinence

A child may have a bladder control problem (urinary incontinence) if they leak urine by accident and are past the age of toilet training. Daytime urinary incontinence, also called daytime wetting, is broadly defined as involuntary, sporadic leaking of urine throughout the day in children 5 years of age and under.…more

The Value of a Caregiver

A series of videos from the Urology Care Foundation has brought awareness to the role of a caregiver in prostate cancer treatments. There is no one-size-fits-all answer when it comes to caring for someone diagnosed with prostate cancer. …more

Insights: Urodynamic Testing

Urodynamic testing looks at how well the bladder, sphincter, and urethra store and release urine. Your health care provider may recommend this testing to help find the cause of certain problems.…more

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It's Time to Talk About OAB

Millions live with Overactive Bladder, but few ask for help. Start the conversation!


We Want to Hear Your Story

Share your experience with a urologic condition and how it has affected you and your family.


It's Time to Talk About SUI

1 in 3 women suffer from Stress Urinary Incontinence - Managing SUI starts with knowing the facts.