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Urinary Incontinence a Clearer Picture: Fact & Fiction

Posted by Hugh Nurse on

Urinary incontinence is the involuntary discharge of urine. The ability to control urination requires: a normal anatomy, a normally functioning nervous system and the ability to determine and respond to the warning signs of impending urination. Urinary incontinence occurs when one is unable to control the flow, causing leakage or in severe cases an inability to retain urine. This can be precipitated by everyday actions: coughing, standing up, laughing, running, sneezing etc. Due to the nature of this affliction it is not a topic which is openly discussed, thus many falsehoods abound. Here’s an attempt to separate some of the facts...

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Urinary Incontinence: A Clearer Picture - Fact & Fiction

Posted by Hugh Nurse on

Urinary Incontinence: A Clearer Picture - Fact & Fiction

 Incontinence should neither be ignored nor kept to oneself. Though not fatal, it can lead to negative lifestyle changes which can be devastating. Like any major ailment, an early diagnosis can make a world of difference.

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Living With Urinary Incontinence? Don’t Let It Be Your Secret

Posted by Hugh Nurse on

Living With Urinary Incontinence? Don’t Let It Be Your Secret

Your ability to control urination requires a normal anatomy, a normally functioning nervous system and being able to determine and respond to the warning signs of impending urination. Urinary incontinence occurs when you are unable to control the flow, causing leakage or in severe cases an inability to retain urine.

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