Can anyone tell me is urinary incontinence common at 29?

Depends. There are many causes of incontinence..some which can start as early as your 20s. I would recommend evaluation with a doctor to rule out more serious conditions.
No it isn't. Warrants consultation with a urologist. Good luck.

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