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Incontinence

Incontinence in men

Male incontinence is fairly common, especially amongst the elderly. Incontinence and frequent urination in men is usually a symptom of another condition, particularly conditions of the digestive tract, pelvis, urinary tract and prostate. Learn more about incontinence in men here.

Do you have a bashful bladder?

This doesn't just affect awkward teenagers. There are men of all ages who will stand in a public toilet with a full bladder, only to find they’re unable to urinate.

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Prenevin Govender completed his MBChB at the University of Cape Town in 2001. He obtained his Fellowship of the College of Urologists in 2009 and graduated with distinction for a Masters in Medicine from the University of Cape Town in 2010. His special interests include laparoscopic, pelvic organ prolapse and urinary incontinence surgery. He consults full-time at Life Kingsbury Hospital in Claremont.

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