Menstrual periods and urinary health: What's normal, what's not?
As we age, our bodies often experience many changes. Some changes are normal, some are not. Deciding what’s normal and what’s not is a good discussion to have with your health care provider.
Unfortunately, many women tend to believe that heavier and more frequent menstruation or urinary incontinence is a natural part of aging. That is not always the case, and there are many different treatment options available for these conditions.
Please take a minute to answer the questionnaire below.
If you (or a loved one) answer yes to any of these questions, we can help. Our board-certified obstetricians/gynecologists specialize in conditions specific to women and can offer a variety of treatment options from medication to surgery.
1. Does your average monthly period last more than 7 days?
2. Do you ever feel as though your periods impact the quality of your life?
3. Do you ever experience heavy, irregular or inconsistent bleeding patterns?
4. Would you like more information on a simple, safe procedure that can significantly reduce or eliminate your monthly periods?
1. Do you ever leak urine when you cough, laugh or sneeze?
2. Do you ever feel as though you have to urinate urgently?
3. Do you feel like you have to urinate too frequently?
4. Do you ever experience painful urination?
CentraCare Clinic - Women & Children
1900 CentraCare Circle
St. Cloud, MN 56303
Obstetrics & Women's Clinic,