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QuestionWho has incontinence?

AnswerIt is estimated that 10 to 15 million in the United States are reported to have some degree of incontinence, but because of the reluctance to report the condition, the figure could be as high as 30 million. Many women can become incontinent after childbrith, hysterectomy or other pelvic surgery. Up to 2% of men develop incontinence after surgery for prostate enlargement, and between 5 to 15% will experience urine loss after surgery for prostate surgery. In short, about one person in twenty-five in the United States and Canada suffers from incontinence, making it one of our most common medical conditions.

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