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What is Transient (Temporary) Incontinence?

Transient incontinence, sometimes referred to as temporary incontinence, is a type of incontinence caused by an underlying condition.  A person regains normal bladder control when the condition causing the transient incontinence has been identified and resolved. Transient incontinence affects roughly one-third (⅓) of...

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What is Urinary Incontinence?

More than 25 million Americans have some degree of incontinence and most suffer alone. It takes an average of 5 years for people to even discuss the situation with their healthcare provider. With statistics like these, it is likely that...

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