It's been estimated that in the United States, more than 50% of women over the age of 65, and 25% of men over the age 65 experience some kind of urine incontinence. These cases can range widely from minor to severe incontinence. What's worse is that because of the nature of the issue, many sufferers are reticent and unwilling to see a doctor about the problem because of embarrassment. Urinary incontinence can really blight the life of a sufferer in all kinds of ways:Without proper protection, the individual can feel great physical discomfort and stress if their underwear is wet, and they worry about getting their surroundings wet as wellThe worry of visible signs of incontinence such as wet outer clothing, or smells, is unpleasant and adds to the general discomfort they are feelingWithout protection, a simple trip like going to the local shops is a risk many sufferers aren't willing to take.
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