More than half of women surveyed think it is normal to leak a little urine from time to time, but nearly 60 percent are too embarrassed to talk to a health care professional about it, according to a new survey of more than 500 New Zealand women. The study was conducted by TENA, a brand of panty liner used for women with urinary incontinence, in an effort to raise awareness of the problem, educate women about incontinence and help empower them with tools to overcome the condition. Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is common among women, especially those who are older, overweight ... Read More
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