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Diabetes and Incontinence Are Frequent Companions

Family_iStock-1077690312_smallNot everyone who has diabetes will eventually become incontinent, yet many do face this complication. Why is that? Can anything be done to prevent incontinence with diabetes? How do people manage this complication? Everyone is different but education helps...

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