Stress Incontinence the most common type in women is when leakage occurs during activities that put pressure on the bladder such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, lifting, or running. These accidents happen when the muscles that contract to hold urine in known as pelvic floor muscles are too weak to handle sudden pressure on the bladder during stressful activities. Though stress incontinence affects people of all ages, races, and both sexes, it is twice as common in women as in and affects one in three women at some point in their lifetime. It is more common in women because pregnancy, childbirth, and menopause may weaken the pelvic floor muscles. There are various factors which affect the ability of a kidney stone to pass through the urinary tract.
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