Study: Urinary incontinence common among postmenopausal women

07/11/2005 | Medscape (free registration)

A study of 1,017 postmenopausal women age 55 to 75 showed more than half had a recent episode of urinary incontinence, and the problem was more common in women with diabetes. Overall, 60% of the women reported some type of incontinence in the previous month, with 8% having severe incontinence and 14% having difficulty in controlling urination.

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