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It's Time To Lose the Stigma About Incontinence: People of Any Age Can be Affected


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Dear Carol: ...Practically everything that you read about adult incontinence refers to older people with prostate problems, or menopause, or dementia – or whatever. Young people would like to see this condition normalized to some extent. We are not less competent just because we need to use incontinence products. Can you please spread the word? – SL

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