A 46 year old female presents to the GP complaining of a 3 month history of urinary incontinence. She complains that when she is coughing or laughing a small amount of urine leaks out. Though this doesn’t happen all the time she is noticing it becoming more frequent. She denies any haematuria, dysuria or urgency and so far she has been managing her symptoms by wearing a pad in her underwear to absorb the urinary leakage. She has 3 children all born via normal vaginal delivery and is usually fit and well.
Abdominal and pelvic examinations are unremarkable and urine dipstick is negative. What would be the best management option for her?