Urinary incontinence is classified differently, relying on different criteria.The most common today is the following classification.
In this case, incontinence associated with the weakness of the pelvic floor muscles.Uncontrolled urination occurs when lifting weights and other physical activities, as well as by sneezing and coughing.
Often urinary incontinence is seen in women.In men, it occurs in some cases after the surgery to remove prostate cancer (prostate).
At the same violation of the urogenital system functions people feel a strong urge to urinate, which is accompanied by the release of a small amount of urine, sometimes at the same time the bladder is emptied completely.
Combined form in which uncontrolled urination occurs during physical activity, co
manifestation of this type of incontinence occurs during the patient's sleep.
incontinence, in which urine is happening constantly and uncontrollably.
occurs as a result of abnormalities in the nervous system.The patient does not feel the tension of the bladder and the bladder empties completely automatically.
This occurs when the overflow of the bladder, when under the influence of some factors of bladder muscles lose their ability to contract.At the same time the urine accumulates more than he can take the bladder and then begins to leak urine.
Urination occurring only at external interference (with the help of a catheter, the stoma).
manifested in other circumstances than those mentioned above.They can affect people with mental illness who have no organic changes in the urogenital system.
Urination during intercourse, heavy laughter, etc.
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