Roma is a manager in a firm and a mother of two wonderful kids. She loves her job and is good at her work. But over the past few months she is having a difficult time. She is not able to concentrate on work and is not able to share good time with her kids. In the middle of a meeting she runs out only to return with a dejected look. Her sleep is disturbed and she is depressed. How can she perform her duties when she has no control over what is happening to her? Roma knows what her problem is. But how can she tell her husband or her colleagues? What will they think? Her mother told her that most women who go through labour and delivery suffer from this problem.
Roma is not alone. She and a million other women suffer from a condition called urinary incontinence. This refers to the involuntary leakage of urine, which becomes a social and hygienic problem for adult women. The urine loss can range from slight leakage of urine to severe frequent wetting. This condition severely affects quality of life by interfering with work, travel, social recreation and sexual activities.
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