CASE STUDY 2Preparing for Clinical PracticeMrs. Grayson is a 55-year-old woman who has had problems with stress incontinencefor the past 2 years. She has not spoken to anyone about her problems because she isembarrassed. She finally confides to her health care practitioner that the problem iscausing her to avoid social situations and she would like help to regain urinary control.Mrs. Grayson weighs 200 pounds, and her height is 5 feet 1 inch. She has beenreferred to a continence specialist. A plan of care was developed after a thoroughassessment of her urinary pattern and symptoms.1. She has recently begun Kegel exercises to attempt improvement in her urinarycontrol. She doesn’t see any improvement. She has been trying to deal with theproblem by using an absorbent pad in her underwear, but she feels as though everyoneknows her problem. What additional teaching does Mrs. Grayson need?