Self-Care Plans put you in control

The face of healthcare is changing. More and more, patients are becoming active participants in their own health through diet, exercise, preventive care and self-care. In support of that trend, our physician specialists are implementing FREE online Self-Care Plans—the first is for those who struggle with urinary incontinence including bladder leakage or sudden and frequent urges to go.

TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR INCONTINENCE

The Incontinence Self-Care Plan includes simple steps people can take on their own to improve bladder control. Following this plan, most people will be able to significantly improve or completely control their incontinence symptoms and improve their quality of life. Here's how it works:

The first important step is to take our Urinary Incontinence Profiler. This will assess the type, severity and likely causes of your urinary incontinence and how it affects your daily life.

At the end of the profiler, sign up for our free online self-care plan.

Urinary Incontinence Profiler

Once you sign up, you can easily access your password-protected Self-Care Plan whenever you want to learn how to help yourself, set goals and reminders, and track your successes.

If at any point you feel you need medical help for your incontinence, we offer a full range of treatment options. Call your primary care provider or the Continence and Pelvic Prolapse Clinic at (608) 775-2277.

If at any point you feel you need medical help for your incontinence, we offer a full range of treatment options. Call your primary care provider or the Continence and Pelvic Prolapse Clinic at (608) 775-2277.

TAKE OUR OTHER FREE HEALTH PROFILERS

Everyone should know their health risk factors. Do you know yours? Complete any or all of our health profilers below to assess your risk factors.

**Learn your risk for cardiovascular disease and what you can do to lower that risk:

Heart Disease Profiler

Learn more about joint pain and loss of function and what you can do about it:

Joint Pain Profiler

Although not required, for the most accurate risk assessment results you should know your blood pressure, cholesterol, triglycerides and fasting blood sugar levels. For Gundersen patients, this information is available from your MyCare account.

**Call 9-1-1 if you're experiencing any of these heart attack symptoms:

  • Pain, tightness, pressure, sharpness, tingling or fullness in your chest
  • Trouble breathing
  • Cold sweats
  • Dizziness or light-headedness
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