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What could be causing Robert’s incontinence?
Choice A: Chronic illnesses, is a good possibility. Many medical conditions can cause incontinence, so it is important to have a healthcare professional investigate the cause
Choice B: Useful of medications,is another good choice. MEDICATIONS CAN:
Choice C: His environment ,is another possibility.
Choice D: Cognitive chances due to Alzheimer’s disease, is also another possibility People with Alzheimer’s may become confused about finding the toilet, manipulating clothing, or bathroom fixtures They might not recognize the physical urge to urinate Choice E: All of the above, is the best answer.
Catherine M. Harris, PhD, RNCS.
Mindy J. Kim-Miller, MD, PhD
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