It can happen at the most embarrassing times, and in the most inconvenient places. If you’re a woman who has urinary incontinence—loss of bladder control—you know how difficult it can be.
Urinary incontinence is also such a common problem that many women assume it’s an inevitable part of aging.
On the contrary: lifestyle changes and treatments can help minimize or even prevent it.
How do you know if you have a problem? After all, many women notice occasional, small leaks of urine.