• Women's Health: Understanding Urinary Incontinence

    Urinary incontinence is far more prevalent in women than men due to the anatomical design of the female urinary tract and its proximity to the pelvic floor, which can weaken and become damaged due to age or childbirth. Urinary incontinence can be mild and involve small amounts of urine leaking when sneezing or carrying out a strenuous activity, or it can be severe and require the sufferer to wear incontinence pads at all times to protect their clothes.
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