Weight Loss Reduces Incontinence in Women
Mid life and pregnancy are a time of significant weight gains for some women, often with accompanying bladder leaking and strong urgency. A new clinical trial published in the New England Journal of Medicine reports that losing weight may help relieve incontinence.
Incontinence is multi-factorial - and weight gain might be the final straw for your floor!
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