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Study shows more than 50% of women over 65 struggle with incontinence
12/3/2018

Fifty-one percent of women over 65 struggle with incontinence and 43% of women ages 50 to 64 report some form of incontinence, but only one-third of women have discussed the issue with a medical provider, according to a study by AARP and the University of Michigan. Treatments are available, including Kegel exercises and physical therapy, as well as medication and surgery in extreme cases.

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