Published in Managed Care Business Week, June 29th, 2004
L. Hvidman and colleagues, Aarhus University, conducted a study of the "association between menstrual cycle characteristics, the use of female hormones, and UI in an age-stratified random population sample of 2,158 premenopausal women who answered a questionnaire on urinary incontinence."
The questionnaires revealed that 18.3% of the women had UI episodes during 1997, and 3.9% reported one or more episodes in 1996.
"Based on multiple logistic regression," Hvidman and associates said, "self-reported UI the day before answering the...
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