Overflow Incontinence

Treatments for overflow incontinence contain agents specifically indicated for treatment of the involuntary loss of urine associated with overdistention of the bladder that results from urinary retention. Each medication may have a different mechanism of action and may have food and drug interactions. It is advised to read the specific product insert for methods of action, contraindications and potential interactions.

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