Nearly A Third Of 35-Plus Chinese Women Have Urinary Incontinence
This article was originally published in PharmAsia News
Nearly a third of Chinese women past the age of 35 have urinary incontinence, according to medical experts. The head of the Chinese Medical Doctors Association said many of the women eschew care, assuming their symptom would disappear or feeling their problem was embarrassing. The head researcher said only one percent of women with incontinence seek medical help and most hospitals lack departments for treating it. (Click here for more
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