Urinary incontinence occurs in nearly 1 in 2 women aged 45 years and older, a new study suggests. The study examined survey results from 143,096 women at baseline (2006–2009) and 59,060 women who participated in a follow-up survey (2012–2015). The prevalence of urinary leakage reported in these surveys was 44% and 44.6%, respectively, Kristine Concepcion, MD, MPH, of Family Planning NSW Ashfield in New South Wales, Australia, and colleagues reported in Neurourology and Urodynamics. Read more.
Source: Renal and Urology News, August 2, 2018