When other treatments have not been successful, doctors may suggest surgical therapies. Depending on your type of bladder control problem, surgical options could range from simple, outpatient procedures to invasive surgery requiring hospitalization.
If your bladder is extremely small, your doctor may explore a surgery to enlarge your bladder. If you have stress incontinence, your doctor may decide to place a sling around part of your bladder.
Talk with your doctor about the pros and cons of each treatment.