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Is it hereditary?

No, incontinence is not hereditary. But, if you're experiencing bladder leaks, you're not alone. 25 million Americans experience leaks every single year. That's right, millions of people leak a little when they laugh or simply can't make it to the bathroom in time. But even though it’s common, there are still a lot of misconceptions about what exactly causes incontinence. 

 Learn more about the treatment options you can explore with your doctor here.

 

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