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Types of Incontinence: Identifying and Management
Urinary incontinence is more common than you think. At least half of women and one fourth of men will experience incontinence in their lifetime. Peeing your pants is not just an accident that happens to little kids. Adults get accidents too, and it occurs in increasing frequency as we get older.
Incontinence After Childbirth: What You Should Know
Postpartum urinary incontinence refers to involuntary leaking of urine after childbirth. Many moms experience this, typically while they are coughing, laughing, sneezing, or performing different activities.
If you experience urinary incontinence, you're not alone. It's common after you gave birth. In fact, over 1/3 of new moms experience it! But what exactly should you know about this postpartum symptom?