About 20 million American women and 6 million men have urinary incontinence or have experienced it at some time in their lives. The number, however, may actually be higher because patients are often reluctant to discuss incontinence with their doctors.
In general, the main risk factors for urinary incontinence are:
Higher body mass index, inactivity, depression, and diabetes can also increase risk.
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