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Many people suffer from urinary incontinence – the involuntary loss of urine. People of all ages may lose control of their bladder. One in five older men and about one–half of women will experience urine control problems during their lifetime.

Many believe that urinary incontinence is a result of normal aging or childbirth, that loss of bladder control is inevitable and irreversible. The truth is, most cases of urinary incontinence are treatable. People with urinary incontinence are unable to stop the accidental flow of urine. Loss of bladder control, or urine leakage, are common terms to describe urinary incontinence.

Common types of urinary incontinence include: