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Cross-sectional prevalence study of urinary and/or anal incontinence and its impact on quality of life in a cohort of individuals with progressive multiple sclerosis
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The findings provided insight about the levels of urinary and anal incontinence experienced and challenged assumptions about who might be affected. The conclusion was that health care professionals should pro-actively enquire about both types of incontinence among men and women, of all ages and all MS disease severity.