❎ False...Women as young as 16 experience incontinence.
👉 Risk does increase with age and child birth, but anyone can experience symptoms at any time (men are not spared).
👉 The National Association for Continence surveys suggest 1 in 4 women over 18 have accidental leaks.
👉 Australian researchers conducted a test on 1000 women from age 16 to 30, and discovered 1 of out 8 of these women experience some form of incontinence or overactive bladder symptoms. The most probable causes can be: A previous UTI that left temporary nerve sensitivity, high-impact sports stressing the pelvic muscles, medications, chronic bladder conditions such as IC.
👉 No matter what age, if you experience symptoms of bladder incontinence, talk to your doc or OBGYN - and remember you're not the only one!
👉 Also, we recommend even healthy bladders take our supplement - That keeps you a step ahead and away from potential problems! If you are under 21 ask your doctor.
👉 NOT for women who are pregnant or nursing.