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Last Updated: 04 May 2022
burch suspension for urinary incontinence "burch suspension for urinary incontinence", by National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases, National Institutes of Health. Diagram of Burch suspension for urinary incontinence. The side-view drawing shows the bladder supported by a web of sutures attached to the pubic bone....

Incontinence implies involuntary leak of urine or faeces or both. Over 4 million Australians are affected by unintentional leak from the bladder and bowel. Incontinence can occur in men or women of any age, but it is more common in older people. Signs of a healthy and balanced bladder and bowel include: peing between four and 6 times each day, and once during the evening; urine that is usually light yellow, dark yellow or brown urine may suggest that you are not drinking enough; generating bowel activities in between 3 times a day and 3 times a week; having digestive tract movements that are soft and very easy to pass; not having any accidental leakages.

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