Urge-incontinence occurs when the bladder is overactive. This can be caused by urinary infections, medication side effects or neurological disorders. The treatment for this kind of incontinence usually involves medications that reduce symptoms by relaxing the detrusor and reducing urges.
When people have structural obstructions in their urinary systems, they are not able to empty their bladder completely. This causes them to experience both frequent wetting episodes and varying levels of pain. This condition can be treated with catheterization, or if needed surgical intervention to remove the blockage.
Incontinence mixed is a combination of both Stress and Urge incontinences. It’s more complicated than each type alone, but the treatment plan will be based on similar principles, including medication, lifestyle modifications, physical therapy, and sometimes surgery, depending on individual cases. In addition, psychological support could be helpful due to social stigmas associated with this condition. These conditions can cause individuals to feel ashamed about talking openly with their healthcare providers. Delaying the diagnosis or proper management strategy may have a negative impact on health outcomes.