Incontinence in the patients with neobladder is a distressing condition. Although conservative management may be helpful in some, a significant number of patients require some form of surgical intervention. Any surgical intervention, especially from the abdominal route can be significantly morbid in these patients because of extensive surgery done previously. There is a need for a technique that can take care of the postoperative incontinence without subjecting the patient to significant surgical risk. Artificial sphincters have been used in male patients but their use in female patients can be technically difficult. There are limited options available for women like transurethral bulking agents and pubovaginal slings. These procedures do not have very good results and female patients often end up with a cutaneous stoma. We, in this report, describe a female patient with incontinence after orthotopic neobladder reconstruction that could be successfully treated with transobturator taping.