December 5th, 2001

Stress urinary incontinence


Also referred to as stress incontinence. The most common type of incontinence that involves the leakage of urine caused by actions–such as coughing, laughing, sneezing, runnig or lifting–that put pressure on the bladder from inside the body. Can result from either a fallen bladder or weak sphincter muscles.

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