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Urinary Incontinence

What is urinary incontinence?

Incontinence is defined as leakage of urine when you are not attempting to void. There are different types of urinary incontinence. Symptoms may overlap and someone can experience varying degrees of urgency, frequency or leakage. There are two main types of incontinence:

Stress Incontinence - leakage of urine when you bear down such as when you sneeze, cough, laugh or lift something.

Urge Incontinence - leakage of urine because you experience an overwhelming urge to urinate, such as when you can't make it to the toilet in time. Urgency can also be referred to as overactive bladder. However, OAB can manifest in other symptoms as well, such as nocturia (urinating often at night) and frequency (urinating too often).


There is also mixed incontinence, which is when you experience a combination of stress and urge incontinence symptoms.

What is the difference between OVERACTIVE BLADDER and incontinence?

These two terms are occasionally used interchangeably. However, the important difference is that you always leak urine with incontinence, whereas you sometimes leak urine with overactive bladder. In both OAB and incontinence, you can experience symptoms of urgency and frequency. You can also experience nocturia, which is going to urinate during the night more often than normal.

What about OVERFLOW incontinence?

Overflow incontinence occurs in a small minority of those with OAB or incontinence. This occurs when there is damage or weakness of the bladder muscle so that it is constantly full, and thus leaks a small amount of urine all the time.