Stress Urinary Incontinence

 Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is described as bladder leakage secondary to pressure being put on the bladder from things such as coughing, sneezing, lifting heavy objects, or exercising. SUI affects women more than men and can be incredibly distressing for those who suffer from it. SUI can negatively impact work and social life, especially exercise and leisure activities.

Many people wrongly think that incontinence is a normal part of aging and cannot be treated. Bluewater Clinical Research Group is currently conducting a clinical research study for women who experience symptoms of stress incontinence on a daily basis.

To find out more, or to see if you may qualify, please provide us with your contact information below and one of our enrolment facilitators will be happy to get in touch with you.

Clinical research studies can have varying criteria to participate in them. We will be contacting you to discuss the inclusion and exclusion criteria for this study to help us determine if you qualify and if the study may be a good fit for you.

Clinical research studies can have varying criteria to participate in them. We will be contacting you to discuss the inclusion and exclusion criteria for this study to help us determine if you qualify and if the study may be a good fit for you.