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What is Incontinence?

Incontinence is uncontrollable passing of urine from the body. This means that those with the condition struggle or have an inability to control their bladder, making them frequently urinate without a choice. Those with incontinence will often need to use the toilet or in extreme cases will often wet themselves. Incontinence can be an unpleasant condition that makes daily life challenging if left untreated. You can buy Incontinence treatment online through reputable online pharmacies, such as e-Surgery.   

Can I buy my Incontinence tablets online?

Yes, you can buy incontinence tablets online from registered online prescribers such as e-Surgery. 

When buying incontinence tablets or any other medication online, always look for the green GPhC logo on the bottom of each page you visit. This ensures that the website is operating legally.

Who can experience Incontinence?

Urinary Incontinence can be experienced by anyone at any age or gender, but it is most commonly known to affect women over the age of 50. There’s not one known reason why women over 50 often experience Incontinence, but it’s often linked to urinary tract infection, vaginal infections, constipation and general body changes as you age. In extreme cases it can be linked to a weak bladder or weakened pelvic floor muscles.  

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