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Incontinence problem

Postby ericjones on Wed Apr 15, 2015 8:05 am

Is incontinence a problem seen mostly in the elderly?
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Re: Incontinence problem

Postby DiaperWet on Thu Oct 04, 2018 3:54 pm


No, it has nothing to do with age, you can get it anytime in your life for example from disabilities etc. I have urgency incontinence and I have got it from a neurologic disability I have had since I was a child.
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Re: Incontinence problem

Postby Kelvin45 on Fri Jan 25, 2019 1:56 pm

Not at all, Until I had surgery at age 14 I was doubly incontinent, post surgery I was left with a weak bladder and urge. this caused me problems off and on until I was injured in the Falklands war and this led to more severe bladder problems. Since about 1999 and due to spinal problems and nerve damage I lost all bladder control and now at 63 am starting to experience bowel problems due to the same problems. Women who have had children can also develop slight leaks due to weakened pelvic muscles but that can normally be corrected.
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