Childbirth, menopause, ageing and stress incontinence: dispelling the myths
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Childbirth, menopause, ageing and stress incontinence: dispelling the myths

Jennifer Trueland Health journalist

How nurses can explain that pads need not be inevitable and are not the only answer

If there’s one thing that frustrates Alison Wileman, it is the implication that stress incontinence is somehow inevitable or even ‘normal’.

Nursing Standard. 35, 9, 51-53. doi: 10.7748/ns.35.9.51.s18

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