Lifestyle changes, weight loss may reduce incontinence

May 01, 2006

San Francisco-Women with prediabetes who lose a modest amountof weight through attention to diet and increased physical activityhave a reduced likelihood of suffering from urinary incontinence,according to recently published results from The DiabetesPrevention Program (DPP). An intensive lifestyle intervention wasshown to reduce the prevalence of stress, but not urge,incontinence.