As many as one in three women suffers from urinary incontinence, and while embarrassment prevents most from discussing the problem, awareness of the issue is growing. The most common forms are stress incontinence among women who have given birth vaginally and urge incontinence, involving an overactive bladder muscle. Experts say both can be treated with help from a health care provider and strategies including fluid management, bladder training and pelvic-floor training.

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