Klinefelter syndrome is a genetic anomaly where a boy is born with XXY chromosome instead of regular XY chromosome. Typically, a male carries XY chromosomes and a woman carries XX chromosomes. When these two combine, the resultant may be an XX or an XY that defines whether the offspring is a female or a male respectively. A person may not know about this condition until he has problem when trying to have a child. Klinefelter syndrome doesn’t have a cure but it is a treatable condition
Urinary incontinence is described as a condition when urine leaks out involuntarily. Typically urine leaks out when a person coughs, sneezes, lifts weight, lays stress on the abdominal area.
Usually, in a healthy person, when the bladder is full, it sends a signal to the brain. The person then visits the restroom to urinate. The brain then informs the muscles around the bladder to put pressure on the bladder and the muscles around the prostate to relax so that the urine can flow out of the body