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How can medication help with treating urinary incontinence?

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Several medicines can help your bladder hold more so you have to pee less often. Researchers are working on medications that may help stop some other types of urinary leakage.

SOURCES: American Cancer Society. American Urological Association. 
 

Reviewed by Laura J. Martin on July 08, 2018

SOURCES: American Cancer Society. American Urological Association. 
 

Reviewed by Laura J. Martin on July 08, 2018

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