Urinary incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine or urine leakage. Learn about causes and treatment.
Pediatric incontinence refers to daytime or nighttime loss of bladder control in children. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Female incontinence is the loss of bladder control in women, causing urine leakage. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
Stress incontinence refers to involuntary urine leakageduring moments of sudden abdominal pressure such as during a cough, sneeze, laugh, or other physical activity.
Neurogenic bladder happens when the body's muscles and nerves fail to communicate correctly. The result can be loss of bladder control.
A condition in which it is difficult to partially or completely empty their bladder. Urinary retention by be acute (when it begins suddenly), or chronic (when it develops slowly over time).
A condition in which an individual has an urgent need to urinate multiple times per day and/or night.
Pediatric urology is a branch of medicine addressing urinary-tract system and sexual development issues in children.
A urinary tract infection is a condition in which there is an Infection along the urinary tract. Learn about symptoms and treatment.
A condition in which too much fluid accumulates in the brain, leading to gait problems, urinary incontinence, and dementia.