Study: Hormone therapy increases incontinence risk

11/9/2005 | Reuters Health

In postmenopausal women, there is an increased risk for urge and stress incontinence within several months of beginning estrogen plus progestin hormone replacement therapy, according to a new study that assessed 1,200 women. The study's authors say women considering HRT should be informed of the increased risk.

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