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Read these stories from real people who have suffered from incontinence and how they are overcomming the symptoms.

Over 25 million Americans live with some type of incontinence.  And while this is obviously a widespread problem, it is discussed all too little.  The thing is, incontinence can happen to anyone - new mothers, prostate cancer survivors, those with neurological conditions such as MS or Parkinson's Disease, and the aging population.  NAFC is here to help.  We want to raise awareness of this condition and help those who have it find solutions to make it easier to live with.

Want to learn more about just a few of the many "Faces of Incontinence"?  Click the links below to hear some inspiring stories from those who struggle with the condition and, when you're ready, add your voice.

Meet AlLan

“I’m a cancer survivor and I’m happy to be alive. Some days I’m just happier than others.”


“I always thought that incontinence was something that happened to older people. Until it happened to me.”

meet Sophie

"After all of my accomplishments, I thought I could manage my condition on my own. Turns out, I needed some help to start living my life again."  

meet bradley

"I never dreamed something like this could happen to me. Until it did."