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American Academy of Family Physicians: "Bladder Training for Urinary Incontinence," "Vaginal Pessary."
American Urogynecologic Society: "Lifestyle and Behavioral Changes."
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services: "Urinary Incontinence Fact Sheet."
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