Urinary incontinence is a common condition which, in most cases, can be managed in primary care by conservative measures, with additional pharmacotherapy if required. Pharmacists can have an important role in the diagnostic process, as well as providing patient education and support, and assisting with referral. By Dr Alice Lam, GP and health writer Learning
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