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Continence or incontinence: the condition no one dares to talk about

Continence or incontinence: the condition no one dares to talk about

Submitted by • October 22, 2020 www.bettercaremarket.com.au

Haven’t you sometimes felt a slight leakage of urine when laughing or sneezing or failed to get to the toilet on time? When this happens, inconvenience, probably even embarrassment, is what comes to your mind first.
Problems with bladder or bowel dysfunction, are often called continence problems. The word ‘incontinence’ is often associated with a stigma of being ‘smelly’: most men and women are too embarrassed to talk about it. And embarrassment is also what people stops from seeking help from a professional health professional. Raising awareness and understanding what (in)continence means, is probably the heart of the challenge. We should find a way to manage incontinence that allows everyone to live a happy and productive life.

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