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You can check on a previous answer to this same question here:
http://www.askpedia.com/q/3CBD5/explain_...

And this study may also help you:

“Participants commonly described feelings of self-consciousness, embarrassment, humiliation and disgust associated with incontinence. Powerful feelings of shame were heightened by secrecy that traditionally surrounded discussion of personal matters”
http://fampra.oxfordjournals.org/content...
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