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I have a problem not making it to the bathroom without drizzling so to speak. Is this incontinence, or what do you think it might be?

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Dr. Jack Mutnick
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Incontinence

There are many types of incontinence.
...Stress, overflow, etc you should research which type you might have to see if a medication or if bladder (kegel) strengthening exercises would be best. Also check with your doctor. Cut the caffeine...No liquids 3 hrs before bedtime. Could also be a med u r already on.

In brief: Incontinence

There are many types of incontinence.
...Stress, overflow, etc you should research which type you might have to see if a medication or if bladder (kegel) strengthening exercises would be best. Also check with your doctor. Cut the caffeine...No liquids 3 hrs before bedtime. Could also be a med u r already on.
Dr. Jack Mutnick
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Dr. Paul Hartlaub
Preventive Medicine

In brief: Most likely

What you are describing, an unwanted loss of urine, does sound like incontinence.
A big question, though, is what is causing it. This could be anything from a bladder infection to a weak controller muscle, to another nerve or bladder problem. I would see your health care provider to get this one checked out.

In brief: Most likely

What you are describing, an unwanted loss of urine, does sound like incontinence.
A big question, though, is what is causing it. This could be anything from a bladder infection to a weak controller muscle, to another nerve or bladder problem. I would see your health care provider to get this one checked out.
Dr. Paul Hartlaub
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