Program to Reduce Incontinence through Diet and Exercise (PRIDE)

Jennifer Creasman
Background Obesity is an established and modifiable risk factor for urinary incontinence, but conclusive evidence for a beneficial effect of weight loss on urinary incontinence is lacking. Methods We randomly assigned 338 overweight and obese women with at least 10 urinary incontinence episodes per week to an intensive 6-month weight-loss program that included diet, exercise, and behavior modification (226 patients) or to a structured education program (112 patients). Results The mean (±SD) age of the...
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