Learning about Urinary Incontinence - Health Channel


Learning about Urinary Incontinence |

Whenever anyone loses urine that’s considered incontinence. A little drop or a complete loss of the bladder capacity is incontinence, according to Dr. Daniel Martinez, Urologist with Baptist Health South Florida.
The expert says incontinence is embarrassing and affects quality of life. He adds it depends on the disease process.
Dr. Martinez also explains the three main types of incontinence: urgency, stress and overflow.

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