Your Bladder Diary

Unintentionally peeing or a leaky bladder is also known as urinary incontinence and it's a common problem affecting millions of people. Many suffer in silence, too embarrassed to speak to their GP. But if you think you have urinary incontinence your doctor can help you manage the problem so you can live life to the full.


When you see your GP they will determine the type of incontinence you have by asking about your symptoms and examining you.

You may find keeping a diary of your bladder habits will help when speaking to your GP.

You can download your bladder diary here

Other resources

If urinary incontinence is a problem for you, you might benefit from our other resources: 

  1. Our Urology Health pages provide advice on a number of topics, including urinary incontinence. You can learn about symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment here
  2. Our Need to Pee cards are available to anyone who has a problem with peeing frequently or involuntarily and are designed to get your quick access to wherever the nearest toilet is. Find out more here.

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