Urinary incontinence is involuntary leakage of urine, it is a significant problem that affects a lot of people worldwide, with age and many other factors which may include poor diet, infections or stress etcetera may lead to poor compliance of the bladder making it an overactive bladder i.e. leaking bladder.
An overactive bladder is common in elderly men but more prevalent in women this may be propagated during menopause, pregnancy and after giving birth. Therefore this article was written to inform and guide anyone who may be facing a quagmire of an ‘overactive bladder’.
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