Dr. Luis Sanz shares how menopause affects urinary incontinence.
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Menopause, what happens is the lack of estrogen makes the vagina and all the support mechanism ligaments thinner; because they are thinner, they do not have their elasticity that they used to have. So when they do not have their elasticity, they have more mobility and it can have this small increase in incontinence.
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