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- Physical stress-If you are
experiencing stress urinary incontinence then your bladder leakage is
usually brought on by physical stress. This can include but is not limited
to: sneezing, coughing, strenuous physical activity (such as exercise), or
even simply lifting something. If you are dealing with overactive bladder
(or urge incontinence) this is most often not the case.
- Outside stress-If you are
experiencing overactive bladder many times you will find there are certain
triggers. This can include but is not limited to: the sound of running
water, cold weather, changing positions, showering and many other
triggers. This is not the same as someone who has stress incontinence which
usually requires a physical reaction to the body.
- Previous physical injury-Many
women who are experiencing stress urinary incontinence have sustained a
previous injury to the pelvic muscles or bladder during pregnancy or
childbirth. Unfortunately, this may not manifest for many years. In
addition, the physical changes which can happen at menopause can often
bring about stress urinary incontinence, as well. This is not most often
not the case when it comes to overactive bladder.
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