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Related to overflow incontinence: urge incontinence, overflow urinary incontinence, reflex incontinence, functional incontinence
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Chronic retention, aside from causing overflow incontinence, can cause reflux of urine through the ureters and eventually renal damage.
Importantly, reductions in encopresis were also associated with increases in the frequency of bowel movements, which is consistent with the assumption that encopresis is a function of constipation and overflow incontinence.
They include abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, anorexia, paradoxical diarrhea and incontinence, urinary problems of frequency, retention, and overflow incontinence.
You've ruled out voiding disorders, a neurogenic bladder, overflow incontinence, and fistula," Dr.
Types include stress incontinence (characterized by loss of urine while exercising or moving in a certain way); urge incontinence (urine loss when a strong urge to go to the bathroom is felt); overflow incontinence (individual has a feeling that the bladder is never completely emptied); and neurogenic incontinence (a result of head or brain trauma, spinal cord damage, back injury, or spina bidifa).
It is likely that the chemotherapy caused a sensory neuropathy of her bowels that caused her constipation and subsequent overflow incontinence.
Patients are usually referred for self-intermittent catheterisation to control the leakage of urine in overflow incontinence when the bladder residual is more than 80 ml.
Overflow incontinence, as described by Sparks, occurs from the effects of urinary retention on which organs?
Overflow incontinence refers to a condition in which the bladder fills but does not empty efficiently.
Overflow incontinence is more commonly experienced by men and is usually caused by enlargement of the prostate gland with resulting obstruction.
Overflow incontinence denotes loss of urine in association with an over-distended bladder, which may occur when the patient loses perception of a full bladder.