Symptoms of urine incontinence
Occasional dribbling. An involuntary loss of urine, in very small amounts, accompanies coughing, sneezing, laughing, walking, running, lifting, or any sudden shock or strain.
Causes of urine incontinence
Incontinence tends to occur in women more than men, although older men may also have it.
A wide variety of causes can be involved—including food allergies, hypoglycemia, multiple dystrophy, multiple sclerosis, cancer, stroke, injuries, and surgical damage.
Other causes include repeated births, poor pelvic floor tone, damage to pelvic floor by the physician at the time of delivery, failure to do prenatal and postnatal exercises, visceroptosis, overweight, and poor abdominal tone.
It may follow a prolonged labor during childbirth, resulting from the stretching of the pelvic floor. If postpartum exercises are not done, this problem, which may disappear for years, may later return.Incontinence is far less likely in the nullipara (women who have never delivered a child).
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