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Updated 29 February 2016

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Go easy on the coffee - it can give you a leaky bladder

Women who consume a lot of caffeinated beverages may have a slightly increased risk of urinary incontinence, a new study suggests.

Could botox be a easy solution for urinary incontinence and overactive bladder

Dr. Elizabeth Mueller, medical director of Urogynecology at Loyola in the US, explains how Botox is a very effective treatment for muscle spasms.

Why the menopause could bring with it urinary incontinence for some women

A bout of coughing or even a good laugh may lead to an embarrassing little accident - decreasing oestrogen levels can weaken muscles controlling the bladder and urethra.

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