Care and support for men with urinary incontinence
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Care and support for men with urinary incontinence

Norman Miller Health journalist

Many men will experience this condition at some point. Find out about the impact and options for support

Urinary incontinence – the unintentional passing of urine – is a common problem among men, despite often being seen as a ‘women’s issue’, particularly after childbirth or the menopause. One in three men aged 65 is estimated to have a urinary incontinence problem, according to the charity Prostate Cancer UK.

Cancer Nursing Practice. 22, 4, 10-11. doi: 10.7748/cnp.22.4.10.s3

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