Elderly urinary incontinence is a very treatable condition, but often people are reluctant or embarrassed to seek medical attention.
Approximately 3 to 6 million people in the UK suffer from urinary incontinence – the involuntary passing of urine.
Urinary incontinence affects twice as many women as men. 75-80% of those with it are women, and more than 20% of people are over 85.
Research suggests that one in four women over the age of 18 experience at least occasional episodes of urine leakage.
There have been six Urine Therapy World Congresses at which it was claimed that drinking urine has cured TB, HIV, malaria, cancer and rheumatoid arthritis.
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