She and her girlfriends often went out to the bars on Saturday nights in their small East Coast town, dancing and drinking. The situation went from random and inconvenient to anxiety-inducing. She recalls, several years ago, being at a work function on a boat with people and just one bathroom — a night that turned out to be the final straw. No one else noticed the urine trickling down her legs as she waited in line, but Lily was understandably mortified. One in four women over age 20 will experience at least one pelvic-floor disorder at some point in her lifetime, including urinary incontinence, fecal incontinence, and pelvic-floor prolapse, according to a study by the The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Marsha Guess, a Colorado-based urogynecologist, calls incontinence a silent epidemic, reflecting both the proportion of the population it impacts as well as the fact that sufferers are often too embarrassed to come forward about their symptoms. Anika Ackerman , a urologist based in New Jersey.
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