Cystoscopy A cystoscopy involves using a thin tube with a camera attached to it endoscope to look inside your bladder and urinary tract. A small chemically treated stick is dipped into your urine sample. The dipstick test can also check for blood and protein in your urine. If the GP thinks your symptoms may be caused by a urinary tract infection UTI , a sample of your urine may be tested for bacteria. You may also need to have some tests and examinations so the GP can confirm or rule out things that may be causing incontinence. Residual urine test If the GP thinks you have overflow incontinence, they may suggest a test called a residual urine test to see how much urine is left in your bladder after you pee. The GP will usually start treating you first and may suggest further tests if treatment is not effective. Dipstick test If the GP thinks your symptoms may be caused by a urinary tract infection UTI , a sample of your urine may be tested for bacteria.
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