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Contents for Urinary incontinence
  1. Introduction: Urinary incontinence
  2. Causes (289 conditions)
  3. Causes of Types
  4. Drug causes (4 listings)
  5. Drug interaction causes (4 listings)
  6. Combined symptoms
  7. News (10 listings)

Urinary incontinence

Loss of bladder control: Loss of bladder control is listed as an alternate name or description for symptom:

Causes of Urinary incontinence (Loss of bladder control): See detailed list of causes below.

Urinary incontinence (medical symptom): Inability to fully control urination.

Article Excerpts for Loss of bladder control:

Urinary incontinence (medical symptom): Urinary incontinence is an inability to hold your urine until you get to a toilet. More than 13 million people in the United States--male and female, young and old--experience incontinence. It is often temporary, and it always results from an underlying medical condition. (Source: excerpt from Urinary Incontinence in Women: NIDDK)

Urinary incontinence , loss of bladder control, is the involuntary passage of urine. There are many causes and types of incontinence, and many treatment options. Treatments range from simple exercises to surgery. Women are affected by urinary incontinence more often than men. (Source: excerpt from Your Urinary System and How It Works: NIDDK)

Urinary incontinence is the loss of bladder control or the leakage of urine. It can happen to anyone, but is very common in older people. At least 1 out of 10 people age 65 or older suffers from incontinence. It is a condition that ranges from mild leakage to uncontrollable and embarrassing wetting. Urinary incontinence is a major health problem because it can lead to disability and dependency. You may feel ashamed about bladder control problems. Remember that it's a medical problem and it's not your fault. Millions of women have the same problem. Don't believe people who tell you that urine leakage is normal. It isn't. Most of the time it can be improved. (Source: excerpt from Urinary Incontinence: NWHIC)

Urinary incontinence (in-CON-ti-nents) is the loss of bladder control or the leakage of urine. It can happen to anyone, but is very common in older people. At least 1 out of 10 people age 65 or older suffers from incontinence. It is a condition that rages from mild leakage to uncontrollable and embarrassing wetting. Urinary incontinence is a major health problem because it can lead to disability and dependency. (Source: excerpt from Urinary Incontinence -- Age Page -- Health Information: NIA)

Causes of Urinary incontinence (Loss of bladder control)

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More Symptom Information for Loss of bladder control

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