Let's say you were in an accident of some kind. You wake up days later in the hospital and your doctor has something to explain to you.
The trauma from the accident caused some damage in the lower part of your abdomen. Nothing life threatening, but it has caused you to lose complete control of your bladder.
The good news: There is a new surgery available that combined with exercises can fix the problem. There is a 7 in 10 chance you will be completely cured. There is a 1 in 10 chance that you will be able to retain urine while awake, but will still experience wetting problems when you sleep. This has occured mainly in patients with a history of bedwetting. There is also a 2 in 10 chance that you will experience symptoms of "stress IC" (sneezing, laughing, coughing, jumping, etc. causing you to leak).
The bad news: This surgery has one potentially risky side effect. There is a 3 in 10 chance that you will lose your ability to have children.
What would you do?