Tips for Urinary Incontinence

7 years ago

Leakage of urine from the bladder, or urinary incontinence (UI), is a far more common condition than is generally realized. Many people suffer in silence, mistakenly thinking that UI is a normal and expected part of aging and that there is little or no treatment available to reduce the leakage. For women, this mistaken belief is often reinforced at the doctor’s office when a small amount of leakage is dismissed as a natural consequence of childbirth or menopause. Nothing could be further from the truth. With current technology and therapies, almost all UI can be effectively managed and even eliminated, regardless of age, menopause status or childbirth.

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Carol Marak, Founder




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