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incontinent in Illness & disability topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishincontinentin‧con‧ti‧nent /ɪnˈkɒntɪnənt $ -ˈkɑːn-/ adjective  MICONTROLunable to control the passing of liquid or solid waste from your bodyincontinence noun [uncountable]
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incontinentAnd Clint Schneider had become doubly incontinent.Data from these two patients are included in the statistical analysis of the diagnostic anorectal manometry, as they were incontinent.Perhaps she didn't drink anything before she went to bed because she was worried she was getting incontinent.A person who is constipated may also be incontinent of faeces because there is leaking around the hard mass.She would never wear rubber unless she became incontinent or was taking a course in scuba diving for women.Families with elderly, incontinent parents, may care to know that waterproof bedding can be purchased from this company.Inevitably, the incontinent patient needs cleaning and drying at very frequent intervals, to prevent infections such as cystitis.