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Incontinence in Women: Personal Stories

Profile: US Speed Skater Bonnie Blair: Pregnancy & Urinary Incontinence

Speed skater Bonnie Blair and her doctor, urogynecologist Dennis P. Miller, MD, discuss Bonnie's experience with stress urinary incontinence.

US Speed Skater Bonnie Blair: Pregnancy & Urinary Incontinence

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Functional Incontinence

Urinary incontinence, the involuntary loss of urine, affects an estimated 25 million Americans, mostly women. For most, incontinence is the result of problems controlling the bladder. For people with a type called functional incontinence, however, the problem lies in getting to and using the toilet when the need arises.

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Profile: Mary Lou Retton

Like millions of women, U.S. gymnast Mary Lou Retton has urinary incontinence.

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