Speaking for myself, incontinence was and still is very significant 7 months after surgery. Even using a clamp during the day I use 3 pads a day. In fact, I have incontinence while using the clamp. The pressure is enormous and I have to constant vacate or I will "squirt" right through the clamp. At night I can get by with 1 pad. While seated I can usually hold it for a while. Standing or walking sets gravity to working against me and I leak bad. I do kegels. I have done biofeedback and taken prescribed medication. Losing hope.View Thread
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