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Wondering what non-prescription drugs or medicines would cause temporary incontinence?

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Dr. Mitchell Schuster
Urogynecology 34 years experience
Beer: Any diuretic type of product such as drinking beer can aggravate incontinence because of the increased urine production. Vitamin b complex can aggravate urge incontinence. Highly acidic foods and foods containing caffiene such as tea, chocolate, coffee and energy drinks can aggravate urge symptoms. Tomatoes, onions, and citrus foods can also aggravate urge symptoms.
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