Urinary incontinence is cited as a distressing, depressing, and disabling condition. Recent research suggests that the impact of incontinence on psychological well-being may be less than previously assumed. However, personal reactions to incontinence are highly variable and need to be considered in the evaluation and management of incontinent women.
|Number of pages
|Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology
|Published - Jan 1 1994