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Involuntary muscle contractions of the urethra healthy or a problem?
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
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In brief: Necessary & healthy
You require involuntary contractions of the urethral sphincter muscles when you cough or sneeze to prevent expulsion of urine from the bladder, ie wetting.

In brief: Necessary & healthy
You require involuntary contractions of the urethral sphincter muscles when you cough or sneeze to prevent expulsion of urine from the bladder, ie wetting.
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