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Senile urinary incontinence

Urinary incontinence means that the urine in the bladder can not be controlled and flows out by itself. Urinary incontinence can occur in patients of all age groups, but it is more common in elderly patients. Because urinary incontinence is more common in the elderly, people mistakenly think that urinary incontinence is an inevitable natural consequence in the process of aging. In fact, there are many reasons for urinary incontinence in the elderly, many of which can be controlled or avoided. Urinary incontinence is not a normal manifestation of aging, nor is it irreversible. We should look for various reasons and take reasonable treatment.


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