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Over a hundred surgical procedures or conservative treatments were attempted for the management of stress urinary incontinence. The large number of procedures reveals that despite the progress already made in this area, there is not an ideal treatment for stress urinary incontinence. Vesico-sphincterian reeducation resurges as an option for the treatment of selected cases of SUI, requiring the patient’s motivation and time.
Satisfactory results can be achieved, mainly with patients who are reluctant to undergo surgery because of personal or clinical problems or because the patient is not willing to undergo another surgery.