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Karen Sebastian, age 50, started experiencing incontinence after the birth of her first child. Sebastian, who lives in Honolulu, found that physical therapy helped her symptoms.
You don't really wake up one day and have overactive bladder or incontinence. It happens over time, and you get used to it. It is kind of like someone having a shoulder or knee problem. They just tolerate it and compensate for it, until it really becomes a problem or interferes with their life.
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