If lifestyle changes and treatments don't solve your incontinence, the NHS offers continence specialist services.
The are over 360 NHS continence clinics in the UK, with specialist teams providing support and medical advice. They can be based in a hospital or in the community and you can contact them directly if you prefer not to see your GP.
On your first visit, you will be assessed by a continence specialist, usually a nurse, who will talk you through your options and work with you to find the best treatment for your condition.
If the help offered by your GP and local continence clinic doesn't work, you can be referred to a hospital urologist or urogynaecologist for tests and possible surgery.