Women often don't discuss stress urinary incontinence

09/19/2003 | Women's eNews

Stress urinary incontinence affects 13 million American adults, 85% of them women. Although it is not only a problem of aging, women often don't discuss the problem with health care professionals and therefore aren't afforded a range of therapies that exist for the condition.

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