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I had prostrate removed three months ago and really having incontinence problems. How long will this go on? I now feel the urge to go but dont make it to the bathroom to release it all.
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To have leakage after 3 months does not mean that you will have incontinence for ever.  Practice your kegal excercises which presumably were taught before your operation.  My husband after 2 years, with his psa at zero, still has minor leakage problems.  He needs to wear a pad if he knows he is going to drink coffee, or wine (red).  If you need extra  help you will need to go to an incontinence nurse, or physiotherapist.  GOOD LUCK.
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