Genes are not the sole factor in determining one’s susceptibility to urinary incontinence. Factors such as “old age, excess weight, pregnancy and childbirth, as well as stroke and other neurological disorders” can cause urinary incontinence. Gynecologist Anna Lena Wennberg, one of the study’s researchers, collaborated with the Swedish Twin Registry at Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm.
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If you’re experiencing any of the underlying symptoms, like a frequent urge to pee in a day, waking up several times at night to pee or urinary leakage, then it might be because of an Overactive Bladder (OAB).
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