Introduction and Objectives
A significant number of men are affected by post-prostatectomy urinary incontinence. If symptoms persist after conservative measures fail men are left with three choices: additional surgery, drainage or absorbent devices, or a penile compression device. Our center encountered a number of men for whom additional surgery was too dangerous and for whom drainage or absorbent devices were too cumbersome. Our objective was to investigate the level of symptomatic improvement and ease of utility of a penile compression device (Dribblestop™, Rennich Industries, Ltd., Calgary, Canada) in this population.