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It is a very common symptom, my husband started with urgency and didn't know where to go, now he is incontinent but I do regular toileting which helps,a bit hit and miss but at least I can wash and change him. He was diagnosed 7yrs ago.I read a lot of threads on here about incontinence. Is it inevitable that incontinence occurs? As yet there is no evidence of it and I feel that we are quite some way down the path with Lex's Alzheimers.