Incontinence Care in the Elderly - AgingCare.com

Incontinence Care in the Elderly

Incontinence care is a huge issue for people taking care of elderly parents. At least 1 in 10 people age 65 or older has incontinence problems, which include mild leaking, overactive bladder and uncontrollable wetting. There are some ways that caregivers can deal with incontinence care for their elderly parents. Treatments and products exist to make life a little easier.

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