Urge incontinence, over active bladder (OAB) or “spastic bladder,” is interchangeably referred to as, “an overactive bladder” or urge incontinence. This is an involuntary loss of urine that usually occurs when a person has a strong, sudden need to urinate. Urge incontinence is not a disease. Rather, it is a sign that there is an underlying problem.
and the involuntary loss of urine at inappropriate times. For instance, you may leak urine in public or while you are sleeping.
Use a chart to record the times that you urinate and when you leak urine so as to get an idea of your leakage “patterns.” This will enable you go to the bathroom at those times in order avoid future leakages.
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