Don’t Suffer in Silence: Report Urine Leakage to Your Doctor

Find out if you have stress or urge incontinence, and what treatments are best for each.

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Urinary incontinence (UI) is very common; statistics suggest that one in three women suffer from the problem. However, many women don’t report their symptoms to their doctors.
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