Incontinence Learning Center - Support for Men
Support for Men
It is true that incontinence is more common in women than men, although more men than you might expect also suffer through these symptomsÑand too often without seeking the support and help of your loved ones.
Research estimates that 5-7% of men under 64 years of age have urinary incontinence. 10-20% of men over 64 years of age have urinary incontinence.
Men often temporarily suffer from the symptoms of incontinence as a result of related conditions of the prostate, such as an enlarged prostrate, prostrate cancer, urinary tract infections, or bladder stones. Chronic incontinence, long-term difficulty controlling urination, may be a result of structural or nerve damage.
Information taken from www.incontinent.com
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