You’re not alone! According to the American Academy of Physicians (AAP), fifty percent of women between the ages of 40 and 60 experience some form of urinary incontinence. The actual figures may be even higher, since the condition is underreported and under diagnosed, according to the AAP. It estimates that about one-half of the women who experience urinary incontinence do not report it to their doctors because they are embarrassed to talk about it. Don’t let urinary incontinence keep you from living life to the fullest. Dr. Laurie Blanscet provides candid advice for dealing with female urinary incontinence and explains why talking about it is the first step to getting this highly treatable condition under control.

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