Urinary incontinence, also called pelvic pain, is a condition that occurs as the result of stress on the pelvic floor. The condition causes involuntary muscle contractions, usually in the pelvic floor, to move the bladder. This results in a constant stream of urine that flows from the bladder rather than coming out.
The symptoms of urinary incontinence can be very confusing to those who experience them. However, there are some common symptoms and other symptoms that can occur. These include:
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