Kennedy's disease is progresses slowly and those individuals who suffer from it tend to remain ambulatory until quite late in the disease, though some may be bound by wheel-chair during the later stages of the disease.
Slowly progressive muscle weakness and atrophy; some facial weakness and fasciculation, tremor of the hands, wasting of the tongue, often dysarthria and dysphagia (disturbed speech and swallow experienced later in the course of the disease).
Bladder control or urinary incontinence involves accidental leakage of urine. Kidneys make urine and store it in a sac called urinary bladder. It may occur if the bladder squeezes at the wrong time or it squeezes too hard causing urine to leak out.
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