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Conclusions Self-report incontinence issues have moderate reproducibility and compliance with the journal, and taking into account their minimal load, they are acceptable research instruments in epidemiological studies. In many places, public urine is subject to fines, although attitudes vary considerably from country to country. In general, women urinate less often in public than men. Depending on their culture, adult women, unlike men, are limited where they can urinate. [32] In our population-based study in ethnically different women with at least weekly incontinence, the hollow frequency and self-reported incontinence and incontinence were a moderate reproducibility and a moderate to good match with the voiding and incontinence parameters of the bubble journal. The use of self-reported questions to determine the type of incontinence had only fair compliance with the type of incontinence derived from the journal. The results that used a single self-report question were very similar to the use of three questions, but the two were different from incontinence, which was judged by a newspaper. These findings should be useful when studies are compared with self-announcements and bubble logs to assess incontinence, and in choosing between self-reporting and bladder logs for future studies. Given their minimum burden for participants, self-report questions may be acceptable research instruments in studies that assess incontinence outcomes for which the use of a bubble log would not be feasible. For example, a genome-wide association study, which would require thousands of concerned and unaffected women, would most likely only be carried out with data obtained by self-reporting.

Introduction and Hypothesis This study aims to measure the reproducibility and compliance with the bladder log of self-display in urinating incontinence. Lions use urine to mark their territories. They often scrape the ground while urinating, and urine often flows in small bursts instead of flowing continuously. They often urinate on vegetation or on tree trunks at least one metre high. [141] Male lions spray 1-20 streams of urine at an angle of 20 to 30 degrees upwards, in a range of up to 4 meters behind them. [142] A male patagonian mara, a kind of rodent, will stand on its hind legs and urinate on the shell of a female, to which the female can react by spraying a stream of urine upside down on the male`s face. [58] Male urine is intended to repel other males from their partner, while the female`s urine is an imminent male`s refusal if it is not receptive. [58] Ditch and urination are more common during the breeding period and are more common by males.

[59] We also compared the type of incontinence defined by two methods of self-reporting (one with a single self-report question and one with answers to three self-report questions) and by the bubble log. Both methods of self-reporting were consistent with the type of urinary incontinence (-0.67), but both had a fair match to the type of incontinence determined by a bladder journal. The moderate consistency between self-reported responses and journal results, observed in this and other studies, may be explained in part by the normal variability of week-to-week incontinence.

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