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Men: Don't Let Incontinence Slow You Down

Incontinence happens when your bladder’s sphincter muscle is not strong enough to hold back the urine. It can also occur when your bladder muscles contract too strongly or your bladder gets too full before you void.

Incontinence common after prostate surgery

Research shows one of the most common causes of incontinence in men is a side effect of a prostatectomy , a surgical procedure that removes all or part of the prostate gland.

According to the Prostate Cancer Foundation, incontinence is the primary side effect of a prostatectomy, and roughly 25 percent of men report frequent leakage or no control and a need to use absorbent pads at six months after treatment. Fortunately, fewer than 10 percent of patients report using pads at all three years after surgery.

After a surgeon removes the entire gland — in a radical prostatectomy — surgery also can treat your incontinence through a procedure that implants a male sling or artificial urinary sphincter.