Urinary Incontinence


Video Transcription:

Interviewer: How important is it for women who might be experiencing some bladder leakage to to get in to be seen early. How important is that, because I think a lot of people are just kind of like, “oh, it’s just a little bit, it’s just a little bit, let me let it go. Can you talk a little bit about that?

Uchenna Ossai: Urinary Incontinence is not a badge of honor. A lot of women think, “Oh, you know, I just had a baby, or I’m getting older,” No! One drop is too many. So, as soon as you have that drop, whether you’re 15 or 55. You need to get in to see someone who can address it. We want to nip that in the bud immediately, if not sooner.

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