Bladder issues are common for women of all ages but not normal. They are so common that one in three women are affected by bladder symptoms such as urgency, frequency, and leakage of urine. After menopause, 45 – 63 percent of women suffer from genital, urinary and sexual symptoms. Become empowered! Join Kathie Olson, an advanced practice nurse and clinical coordinator of the Capital Health Center for Incontinence and Pelvic Health, for a discussion on the signs, symptoms and treatments available. Learn your options. Don’t “just live” with these issues.
As this event is held in-person at a health care facility, all attendees are required to wear facemasks indoors except when actively eating or drinking. This is in compliance with guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention and the New Jersey Department of Health and is subject to change.