Stress Urinary Incontinence is one of the most common variations of involuntary loss of bladder control. In Stress urinary incontinence (SUI), any type of physical activity or exertion can lead to urine leakage. This is due to the increased abdominal pressure that happens during such activities such as jumping, coughing or even laughing. The activity exerts additional pressure to your bladder intensifying the propensity for unexpected leakage. More than 80% of people afflicted with SUI are females. Although it is reported that more than 45% of women over the age of 40 suffer from SUI, we believe the real number is much higher.
This type of incontinence is often associated with an overactive bladder. When you felt a strong urge to go the bathroom, even when you feel like your bladder wasn’t full yet, were incidences of urge incontinence. The symptoms include feeling an all-encompassing urgency to go to the bathroom immediately, and with unintended urination before you can reach the bathroom. While the loss of urine does not occur in more mild cases, the increased frequency of urination and the constant urgency association with this condition can still cause disruptions in both work and social lives.
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