Many people with MS experience a range of bladder problems, including urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence may range from occasional leaks when coughing or sneezing to sudden urges to urinate throughout the day, sometimes leaking before making it to the bathroom.
In this Continence Foundation of Australia video, watch geriatrician Dr. TJ Ong from the Royal Melbourne Hospital talking about managing multiple sclerosis (MS) and incontinence.
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