​Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control ranging from slight leakage while coughing or sneezing, to uncontrollable wetting before you can reach the toilet. It is a common condition that is generally treatable and it affects women and men. The disorder is more common amongst women due to weakening of the pelvic muscles after childbirth or thinning of the urethral lining after menopause. This condition is also exprerienced by the elderly population. Other causes include bladder infection, incapability of the bladder outlet to stay closed or a side-effect of any prescribed medications.


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