A lecture hall, the theater, a ballgame: if the setting is crowded,
incontinence is a hassle. Many people avoid those events. Others get crafty in
devising their exit plans.
"People can be very strategic," says Roger Dmochowski, MD, a
urologist and director of the Vanderbilt Continence Center in Nashville, Tenn.
"It's amazing how good some people are at estimating their bladder problem.
They have a fairly good idea of the time frame they're working with. They try
to make it through the challenging...