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Whether it's leaking urine during exercise, sneezing or laughing, or a sudden uncontrollable need to go that results in wet pads or pants, urinary incontinence is a problem that plagues many older people, most often women.
Do you have to go to the bathroom all the time or have "accidents" if you can't get there fast enough?
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Incontinence can happen to anyone, although it's more common in women than men. The good news is that there are treatments -- and lifestyle changes -- that can help.
Sex-related urinary incontinence is actually pretty common. Sometimes it is a symptom of a more serious condition that needs medical attention. Often though, it is caused by weak pelvic floor muscles.
Urinary incontinence affects millions of women -- 38% of women over the age of 60 --
yet only 45% ever seek help for it. Men suffer from the problem at about half the rate. Only 22% of men seek help.
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