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incontinent

relating to or exhibiting involuntary urination or defecation
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Data collection was conducted between June and July 2012, from records containing the list of registered users enrolled in the Program for Dispensing of Urinary/Fecal Incontinency Matter (PDUFIM) and records of the users registered in this Program in the healthcare facilities that were surveyed.
he knocks [his wife] on the head the moment he receives a decided proof of her incontinency" (Stedman 1972:208).
--urinary and faecal incontinency, satisfying his physiological needs in inadequate places or in the presence of other persons;
on 149 and 554 women aged 20 years or older showed that 11.1% of these women had life-time risk of undergoing a surgery due to the pelvic prolapse or incontinency by the age of 80 [3].
She has no history of numbness, tingling, weakness, or bowel or bladder incontinency. She has never experienced any similar pain episodes.
A medicine for treatment of urine incontinency in children earlier cost Dh199 and is now priced at Dh340.
Oh et al (2008) suggested that women with stress urinary incontinency more frequently experienced pain during intercourse and coital incontinence than those with OAB.