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There are different types and causes of urinary incontinence in women.
There are several possible treatments for urinary incontinence. The best treatment depends on the cause of your incontinence and your personal preferences.
An artificial sphincter is a device made of silicone rubber that is used to treat urinary incontinence.
Urinary incontinence is the accidental release of urine.
Children can have an overactive bladder too. WebMD looks at incontinence in children, what causes frequent urination, and how to treat bedwetting.
If you're a man who is dealing with urinary incontinence, here are 12 questions from WebMD that you may want to ask your doctor.
Your diet, along with medications you might take, may be aggravating urinary incontinence symptoms. WebMD provides a chart showing how everything from soda to muscle relaxants affect bladder control.
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