Can kidney disease cause urinary incontinence?

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asked Mar 12 in Incontinence by yvonnemyeager (200 points)
Can kidney disease cause urinary incontinence?

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answered Mar 12 by Gracy (54,930 points)
Yes having kidney disease or kidney failure can result in urinary incontinence.

Other things that can cause urinary incontinence are, bladder infections, Urinary Tract Infections, back problems and spinal problems.

If you have urinary incontinence and don't have kidney disease then it like can be treated and cured but in the mean time it can be a good idea to wear incontinence pads or adult diapers or adult briefs to prevent wetting your pants.

But seeing a doctor about the urinary incontinence is a good idea because it can almost always be treated and fixed.

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