Urinary incontinence and its impact on men
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Urinary incontinence and its impact on men

Norman Miller Health journalist

Many men experience urinary incontinence at some point, and any nurse may encounter these patients and enhance their care

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.

Nursing Standard. 38, 5, 69-70. doi: 10.7748/ns.38.5.69.s23

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