As part of the Back to Life Without Interruptions campaign, a telephone survey was fielded to identify whether men recognize that their urination habits disrupt their lives and could be the sign of a potential health problem. MHN found that men are coping with these symptoms and denying they have a problem, rather than addressing their symptoms with their physicians.

The survey was conducted in 2005 by International Communications Research (ICR) via telephone with 1,026 men age 50 and over across the United States.

To see the results of the survey click here.