Barriers in entering treatment among women with urinary incontinence.

@article{Wjtowicz2014BarriersIE,
  title={Barriers in entering treatment among women with urinary incontinence.},
  author={Urszula W{\'o}jtowicz and Lucyna Płaszewska-Żywko and Klaudia Stangel-W{\'o}jcikiewicz and Antoni Basta},
  journal={Ginekologia polska},
  year={2014},
  volume={85 5},
  pages={
          342-7
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The aim of the study was to identify barriers in help seeking behaviors among women with urinary incontinence UI. MATERIALS AND METHODS The study was performed using the method of diagnostic enquiry by means of questionnaire and interview among two groups of patients. The first group of women aged 47-79 years consisted of 80 members of the Association of People with Urinary Incontinence "Uroconti". The second group included 61 females aged 26-81 years admitted to the Urodynamic… 

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