The psychosocial impact of urinary incontinence in women

@article{Sinclair2011ThePI,
  title={The psychosocial impact of urinary incontinence in women},
  author={Amy Sinclair and Ian N Ramsay},
  journal={The Obstetrician \& Gynaecologist},
  year={2011},
  volume={13}
}
Key content: • Women with urinary incontinence have a significantly poorer quality of life than their continent counterparts. • Between 25–50% of women with urinary incontinence experience sexual dysfunction. • Urinary incontinence commonly leaves the sufferer with psychological morbidity, particularly depression. • Women with an overactive bladder are likely to suffer greater psychological distress than those with stress incontinence. • Up to 23% of women take time off work because of their… 
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