Catalano, Anita; Brown, Emma-Charlotte
May 2003
Woman's Day (Australia Edition);5/19/2003, p60
Relates the story of a woman who has stress incontinence. How the woman discovered the disorder; Cause of stress incontinence; Surgery undergone by the woman.


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