No longer living with incontinence

Lupe Thompson is always on the go, attending most sports events in her tight-knit community in Ketchikan, Alaska. But incontinence was getting in the way; instead of focusing on the game, Thompson had to orient herself to the closest bathroom. She spoke with Dr. Suzette Sutherland, UW Medicine’s director of female urology, who told her about a device that would regulate her bladder and bowels. Today Lupe is again doing what she loves: cheering on her team, without worry.

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