When loved ones caring for wounded, ill and injured veterans swap advice online, a topic comes up more than you might think – urinary incontinence. In other words, trouble controlling one’s bladder.

No, these caregivers are not necessarily caring for veterans “of a certain age,” or those who have suffered particularly severe injuries. In fact, their veterans often believe they are too young and healthy to have a problem with incontinence, so rather than learn more about it, or talk to a medical professional, they just hope that it will go away on its own. (Continue reading here…)

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