Incontinence

Types of incontinence This is the involuntary loss of urine, that is serious enough to cause a social or hygiene problem. It becomes more prevalent with age, with about 15% of women and 10%...

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Incontinence in Children

Urinary incontinence The most common cause in children >5Y is detrusor instability. Common reversible causes: UTI, constipation, emotional stress. Diagnosis requires a full voiding and bowel history with examination to exclude neurological disorders. Treatment...

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