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Till now, a lot of studies have been done in regard to bladder control problems among elderly. However, the study, which has been published in the Annals of Internal Medicine, is considered to be the first one, which has talked about the problem among young females.
In general, people face urinary incontinence problem among those, who are either too old or who have just delivered the baby. Lead researcher Susan R. Davis, from Monash University in Melbourne, said that this factor made them to look at the problem among those, who might would have never being considered for it.
After conducting the study, the study researchers have reached at a conclusion that urinary incontinence is a problem, which is not age related. It can occur to anyone, irrespective of the age.
Davis said that during the research, they got to know that women, who were taking birth control pills, were at the highest risk of suffering from urinary incontinence. "This leaves open the possibility that the rate of incontinence we observed may in fact be an underestimate of the rate in a less healthy group of young women”, further affirmed Davis. It is said that women should get their treatments done, so early treatment is possible.