Lose... and Win.
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As the new article, "[url http://depend.com/Pages/ArticlesDiscussion/ArticlesDiscussionDetail.aspx?discId=14000000466&cat=Article&type=A&page=0&index=0&categoryId=14000070756]Lose...and Win[/url]" points out, "When it comes to incontinence, losing a few extra pounds can make a world of difference." Losing weight around our midsections, even a moderate amount, can be one proactive step to reducing the effects of stress incontinence.
What proactive steps, if any, have you found successful in improving your condition?