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Common Causes of Incontinence

What Causes Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is defined as the involuntarily and unintentional leaking of urine. It can develop for a variety of different reasons; when the bladder cannot empty properly due to nerves that control the bladder being damaged from injury, certain illnesses like prostate cancer, neurological disorders, your diet and lifestyle, and more.

Resources for the Common Causes of Incontinence in Men

Learning about the common causes of incontinence and how to properly treat it can help you live a more active, independent lifestyle. More than 5 million men in the United States deal with urinary incontinence and can be somewhat uninformed about their condition, and may face challenges physically, emotionally and socially.

Men’s Liberty is committed to building a world where male incontinence suffers can live fulfilling, active lives without having to worry about their urinary incontinence. As a part of this, we are building out a dedicated resource library to helping you and your loved ones navigate the difficulties of living with incontinence.

Check out our latest articles below for more information about the common causes of incontinence in men.

Common Causes of Incontinence: Stress Incontinence

Common Causes of Incontinence: Bladder & Prostate Cancer

Common Causes of Incontinence: Injuries

Common Causes of Incontinence: Diet

Common Causes of Incontinence: Neurological Disorders

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