If you think you may have UI, check out these commonly asked questions:
It is uncommon for men to have most urinary problems found in women, however, as men age it is common to experience Urinary Incontinence. Men are far less likely to talk to a doctor about their symptoms, but a quick discussion is the first step to fixing this treatable problem. In order for normal urination to occur, all parts in the urinary tract have to work together and function properly. When this does not happen, it may result in Urinary Incontinence (UI). The National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDKK) defines UI as the loss of bladder control, resulting in the accidental leakage of urine from the body. Symptoms of UI may come on quickly, causing the sudden urge to urinate just before losing urine. If you think you may have UI, check out these commonly asked questions:
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