How long does it take estrogen to cause urinary incontinence?

Estrogen and leaking. Estrogen does not cause urinary incontinence. Local estrogen is actually used to revitalize vaginal tissue and help with uterine prolapse. It has not been used to treat incontinence.
Generally does not. While there are studies that have shown an association between estrogen and urinary incontinence, the facts are that very few patients on estrogen develop urinary incontinence solely due to the estrogen. There are usually other factors that are more causative. If, however, this was the case, it would take several years.

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