You will probably also be advised to make changes to your lifestyle to see if they improve your symptoms. These lifestyle changes are explained below, along with the training and treatments than can later be tried, if necessary.
Bladder training is an exercise routine to grow the time between urination and to increase the amount of urine your bladder can clutch. You will be given a goal, such as waiting for at least two hours between each period you urinate. It's a good idea to use a bladder training chart, which allows you to record each time you pass urine and record the volume of urine passed (you'll need a plastic jug to measure this). Your doctor should give you a chart to take home. You will also be taught a numeral of exercises, such as breathing, relaxation and muscle exercises, to help take your intelligence off the need to urinate. Over interval, your object period will be increased and at the end of the plan you should discover that you are able to go for longer without urinating. Bladder training should only be tried under medical supervision.