incontinency


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incontinency

(ĭn-kŏn′tə-nən-sē)
n.
Incontinence.
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It is claimed that elderly people are being left in bed or on a chair for more than a day, with nobody to move them or change their incontinency pads.
Of the 56 participants, 21 (38%) reported new bowel symptoms, which were incontinency to liquid stool or gas (14 women) and fecal urgency (19 women).
Of the 56 women, 21 (38%) reported new bowel symptoms, which were incontinency to liquid stool or gas (14 women) and fecal urgency (19 women).
At this point I would like to add that bladder infections are also plaguing older women who are "depending" on panty liner-type napkins to treat incontinency.
FEW ASPECTS OF THE AGING PROCESS CAUSE US MORE DIScomfort--physically and emotionally--than incontinency.
14) He appears far more interested in repeatedly warning his readers about the dangers of losing semen through masturbation and other forms of incontinency than he is in actually looking at a specimen of it.