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What causes female incontinence?

What causes female incontinence?

Almost 400 million people worldwide are living with bladder weakness. Despite these incredibly high stats, incontinence awareness isn't taught in school, nor is it really something people like to acknowledge or think of as a common issue. The taboo around talking about urinary leaks needs to change! If more people talk about urinary incontinence, more people who are affected will be informed, will be more likely to seek healthcare advice or treatment, and ultimately will live better lives. 

So what causes female incontinence? It's important to identify what's causing your symptoms, so you ca better understand what specific treatments you can seek out. There are mainly four common causes for female incontinence. Click below to read more:

  1. Neurological damage
  2. Medical conditions
  3. Menopause
  4. Pregnancy
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