Bladder Solutions That Are Simple: Try Weekly (instead of daily) Kegel's
Quick Tips: Come in for a pessary fitting. Get a PRP shot to the bladder neck. Avoid constipation: calcium pills and excess eating of cheese are just two of the many things that can cause constipation, and constipation can make incontinence worse! Vary your exercises with your menstrual cycle! Oddly enough, some researchers in England showed that during the luteal phase (second half, the ovulatory second half, the half before the menstrual period) when both progesterone and estrogen levels are the highest episodes of incontinence were the worst! So think about it, just a bit less pounding later in the month, that's a better time to swim, and stretch and bike, and ahhh, you will be over all a lot drier! And might be kind of nice to know that the right mixing it up on the work out floor is a good for the pelvic muscles as well as the biceps! Try a tampon before you exercise: you need to have it a bit lubricated, and do not leave it in more than an hour or two, but it might just be enough support to the angle of your urethra and bladder to help you be drier. And, as with all gyno problems , do get in and try to get your anatomy checked. There are things we can tell on exam that you may be able to treat for a quick fix as well. And weight loss, even losing about 5 kg, or about 12 -15 pounds will significantly help the weak bladder. If that doesn't work and you still want to avoid surgery, think of trying duloxetine which is a combined norepinephrine/serotonin reuptake inhibitor that improves stress and mix incontinence in many trials.