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4 behavioral changes to tame urinary incontinence

4 behavioral changes to tame urinary incontinence By: May Wakamatsu, MD, Contributor Although urinary incontinence is not a life-threatening medical condition, it can significantly affect quality of life. When urinary incontinence becomes bothersome, people often stop traveling, exercising, visiting family and friends in short, people stop doing the activities they enjoy. …

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