Does menopause cause urine leakage [incontinence] and affect bladder control?

The lining of the outer urethra is estrogen-dependent. During the menopausal transition, this lining thins and may become weaker than the pressure in the bladder. It is this imbalance that leads to involuntary loss of urine.

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Jennifer Vander Zalm

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