The overactive bladder has various symptoms.
Involuntary loss of urine.
Continuous leakage when the bladder is full.
Making 8 or more trips to the bathroom in a 24hour period.
Inability to stop leakage long enough to reach a toilet (urgency incontinence).
Leaking or wetting accidents (urinary incontinence).
Enlargement of the prostate also known as benign prostate hypertrophy (BPH).
Aging of the bladder.
Combination of factors or in some patients often unknown.
Urinary Tract infections such as cystitis, prostate infections and certain medications may cause temporary OAB.
Diseases like Parkinson’s disease, stroke and diabetes could cause OAB.
DESD: Detrusor external sphincter dyssynergia may result in incontinence. It is mostly seen with patients with spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis.