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Leakage can occur when something puts pressure on the bladder. In this video, urologist Michael Safir, MD, of West Hills Hospital, explains how this can happen when you're sneezing, laughing or even exercising.
"Leaking" urine when you sneeze, laugh, or cough could be a condition called stress incontinence. In this video, Dr. Oz Show guest Mara Rabin gives tips on ways to avoid leakage.
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