Over half of men in the UK have experienced some symptoms of urinary incontinence (UI) while previous studies may have underestimated the true number of men affected, the charity Prostate Cancer UK has suggested. A study found that awareness of urinary incontinence in men in the general population was lower than the prevalence of the condition would suggest. While previous research has suggested that one in 25 men over 40 will experience UI each year in the UK, Prostate Cancer UK’s survey of almost 5,000 people found that the condition could be much more common, and often affected men much earlier in their lives than had previously been believed likely. Read more.
Source: Nursing in Practice, Feburary 15, 2023