Incontinence – Male

Summary: Isolated urinary incontinence needs direct referral to Urology. If associated symptoms present, please refer to the Male Lower Urinary Tract symptoms pathway.

Advice: Male urinary incontinence as part of other lower urinary symptoms should be dealt with according to the interactive Male Lower Urinary Tract Symptoms pathway.
Isolated incontinence after evaluation inluding examination, especially after pelvic or prostate surgery, should be referred, direct to Urology.

Please click for access to the male bladder health patient information leaflet.

Refer To: Direct referral to Urology


Multipage Male LUTS pathway

Bladder and Bowel Foundation

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