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Urinary incontinence: offering solutions that make a difference by Susan L. Jackson, PT

Although urinary incontinence affects a significant number of women and men, most don’t talk about it. Research on this problem—a much more common health issue for women—typically focuses on females, with studies showing that only half of women ever discuss the problem with their doctor. Possible reasons include embarrassment, the belief that bladder leakage is to be expected with aging, the misconception that nothing can be done about the problem, and the fear of being directed to surgery.

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