Urinary incontinence is defined as the involuntary leakage of urine that causes social embarrassment. It is a veritable public health problem and, in contrast to popular misconceptions, it is not confined to the elderly: it also affects many younger people.
You should talk to your personal doctor who will be aware of the various therapeutic possibilities and will be able to coordinate treatment with a view to arriving at a decision together. Choice of treatment will depend on the type of the incontinence, its cause and its intensity.
Other professionals may be brought in, e.g. a gynaecologist, obstetrician, physical therapist, mid-wife, specialist in urology, etc.
Solutions exist and talking to a health care professional is the best way of maintaining your quality of life.