A study in the journal BJU International found declines in sexual arousal and activity among elderly men and women with urinary incontinence. "Given the relatively high occurrence of incontinence, particularly among women, health care professionals should be aware of the potential impacts on quality of life and well-being, and recognize that sexual activity and satisfaction are key factors in this equation," said lead author David Lee.
Urinary incontinence tied to reduced sexual activity among elderly
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