Incontinence can lead to depression in women

Middle-aged women are more likely to experience depression than older women with urinary incontinence.

The University of Adelaide research found 35% of women suffer from depression while tackling the common medical issue urinary incontinence.

The research found women between 65-89 years were more accepting of the condition, decreasing the rates of depression, and were more likely to seek medical advice.

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