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Bladder Control Medications

Bladder Control Medications Introduction

People who have bladder control problems have trouble stopping the flow of urine from the bladder. This problem is also called urinary incontinence. (Incontinence is a term used to describe uncontrollable leaking of a body secretion.)

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