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AN EXPERIENCED PLUMBER looking at the anatomy of a man's prostate might suspect the work of a young apprentice, because the urethra, the tube leading from the bladder, passes straight through the inside of the gland. This configuration may have as yet unknown benefits, but it eventually causes urinary problems in many men, including weak flow and a frequent need to urinate.

Women also cope with plumbing problems as they age, particularly incontinence. Both sexes could have been spared much discomfort if evolution had made some simple modifications in anatomical design.

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