When You Have to Keep Going

Incontinence is incredibly common, but you shouldnt accept urinary leakage as a normal part of aging or arthritis.

With between 13 and 17 million adult Americans experiencing urinary incontinence-and half of those affected being women-the loss of bladder control may seem just an irritatingly normal part of aging. And if you have arthritis, the urge to keep going can become even more of a nuisance.
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