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Two coffees a day could cause male incontinence

17th January 2013

Research published in The Journal of Urology has suggested that coffee drinking could have an impact on male incontinence.

The findings indicate that the amount of caffeine typically found in two cups of coffee could make male incontinence worse, if not cause it. Research has previously linked caffeine – which may irritate the bladder - to incontinence women but few studies have been conducted on the link in men. About six million people in the UK suffer from some form of urinary incontinence.

 

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Title: Two coffees a day could cause male incontinence
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 23534
Date Added: 17th Jan 2013

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