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The Association Of Diet And Other Lifestyle Factors With Overactive Bladder And Stress Incontinence: A Longitudinal Study In Women

H. Dallosso, C. McGrother, R. Matthews, M. Donaldson
Published 2003 · Medicine

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To investigate the role of diet and other lifestyle factors in the incidence of overactive bladder and stress incontinence in women. Studies have suggested relationships between different aspects of lifestyle and symptoms of urinary incontinence, but there is a lack of firm evidence about their role in its cause.
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