Incapacity to hold; hence, incapacity to hold back or restrain; the quality or state of being incontinent; lack of continence; failure to restrain the passions or appetites; indulgence of lust; lewdness.
The inability of any of the animal organs to restrain the natural evacuations, especially urination, or defecation, so that the discharges are involuntary; as, incontinence of urine.
Inability to control bladder or bowels, resulting in involuntary loss or leakage of urine, rectal gas or feces
inability to control release of urine or feces.
(in-kON-ti-nens): Inability to control the flow of urine from the bladder.
also known as urinary incontinence; an inability to hold urine until you get to the toilet - having an "accident," or leaking.
Loss of control of the bladder or bowels.
the involuntary voiding of urine.
The inability to control stool or urine to defer elimination to an acceptable time and place.
The loss of bladder control, which can be caused by the cancer or the result of some treatments for prostate cancer.
Inability to hold urine in the bladder voluntarily.
inability to hold urine or feces inside of the body
involuntary passing of urine. There are many causes but changes in the tissues of the bladder and urethra with aging and traumatic vaginal deliveries can be contributory factors. Exercise of the pelvic muscles with the Kegel exercises is helpful in preventing and treating incontinence. It may be transient in early perimenopause.
Loss of urinary control. Incontinence may be complete or partial and can result from prostate surgery or from radiation therapy for prostate cancer.
An inability to control urine flow.
leaking of or inability to control any substance, but commonly the leaking of or inability to control urine (properly called urinary incontinence).
loss of urinary or anal control
inability to hold urine. This can be a side effect of traditional surgery for many different urological procedures, including prostatectomy. However, the precise nature of newer, minimally invasive procedures drastically reduces a patient's risk of developing this complication.
The inability to control micturition (or defecation) voluntarily.
The accidental or involuntary loss of urine or stool. A person may have urinary or faecal incontinence or both (sometimes called double incontinence.)
Not being able to control passing urine (urinary incontinence) or passing a bowel motion (faecal incontinence).
The inability to control one's bladder or bowels. Incontinence is a common, temporary postnatal symptom which may be helped by pelvic floor exercises.
When you can't control when you wee or poo
Inability to prevent the flow of urine or the opening of the bowels.
The loss of voluntary control over bladder or bowel functions.
the inability of the body to control the evacuative functions of the bladder or rectum.
A loss of the ability to control urine flow.
the inability to control bowel and/or urine elimination.
Loss of control of passing urine or having a bowel movement
Loss of normal bodily control over the storage role of a particular organ.
loss of bladder control. Incontinence is not a disease, but a symptom of an underlying condition. Incontinence affects both men and women of all ages and is NOT a normal part of aging. Should be discussed with a health care provider.
Loss of voluntary control, usually of the bladder, occasionally the bowel as well.
(in-KON-tuh-nents): loss of bladder control, accidental leakage of urine
the involuntary/uncontrolled loss or leakage of urine or stool.
The inability to hold urine or stool until urination or defecation is intended.
An unability to control the discharge of urine.
Of the bladder is when urine leaks other than when patient is voluntarily urinating there are several types including stress and urge incontinence (See relevant sections). Some patients suffer with incontinence of the bowel.
Urge incontinence Urine loss due to a strong desire to urinate (urgency), with only a quick warning Stress incontinence Urine loss due to an increase in abdominal pressure, such as coughing, sneezing, lifting Mixed incontinence Combination of both stress and urge symptoms
loss of control of the contents of the bowel (faecal incontinence) or of the bladder (urinary incontinence).
Inability to prevent discharge of excretions such as urine or feces.
A condition in which urine leaks involuntarily from the bladder.
The involuntary release of urine.
inability to control voiding from the bladder (or bowel).
Inability to control bladder and/or bowel function.
inability to control a bowel movement; sometimes associated with a flare-up.
Inability to restrain the natural discharge of urine.
Inability to maintain control over bladder or bowel function. Double incontinence = impaired bladder AND bowel control. [ Quick find
the inability to control elimination of urine or feces
Inability to hold urine or control the loss of urine.
The involuntary passage of urine via the urethra that is of a concern or bother to the patient.
The failure to store urine when desired.
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Also called spontaneous voiding; the inability to control passage of urine or bowel movements.
The inability to control urination.
The inability to control urine flow.
Inability of the body to control urination.
Lack of control over excretory functions (urination, bowels).
Inability to control passing of urine or faeces.
Inability to control bladder or bowel movements.
involuntary loss of urine at inconvenient moments. This may be slight, when a pad has to be used to protect against a few drops that leak out occasionally. It may be more severe and require a catheter â€“ a tube passed into the bladder - and attached to a leg bag, to make sure the urine drains safely and discreetly. latent period interval between the beginning of a disease and the time that the patients gets symptoms or realises there is something wrong. There can be a long latent period in prostate cancer.
The inability to control the flow of urine from the body, resulting in the involuntary passage of urine.
involuntary voiding of the bladder or bowel.
Loss of bowel or bladder control.
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Involuntary loss of urine. More than a single disorder, it is a symptom of some underlying disorder. If you are experiencing such a symptom, contact your physician to evaluate your disorder. Treatment of urinary incontinence must be carefully tailored to the specific cause of incontinence.
The involuntary loss of urinary control resulting in leakage of urine.
Inability to control excretory functions (faeces, urine)
loss of voluntary control over urination and/or defecation.
the loss of bowel and bladder control.
Sudden and unexpected loss of urine.
inability to retain stools or urine.
Inability to prevent the leakage of urine.
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Inability to control or hold back urine. Return to previous page
Loss of urinary control. Various types and degrees of incontinence exist, including overflow incontinence in which the bladder retains urine after voiding and results in involuntary seepage of urine from the bladder. Stress incontinence is the involuntary discharge of urine when there is increased pressure upon the bladder, which may be caused by coughing or straining to lift heavy objects. Total incontinence is the inability to voluntarily exercise control over the sphincters of the bladder neck and urethra, resulting in total loss of retentive ability.
Inability to control excretions. Urinary incontinence is inability to keep urine in the bladder. Fecal incontinence is inability to retain feces in the rectum.
The inability to control release of urine from the bladder (see also Urinary Incontinence).
Inability to control one's bladder or bowels. A common, temporary postpartum symptom that may be helped by Kegel exercises.
The inability to control the bladder or bowel. This may be a side effect of cancer or of cancer treatment.
involuntary urination or defecation. Stress incontinance, prevelant in the morbidly obese, is usually relieved with weight loss.
Lack of bowel and/or bladder control.
The involuntary loss of urine or stool. Double incontinence is possible where a person experiences both urinary and fecal incontinence.
Inability to control excretions. During pregnancy, urinary incontinence can occur as the baby becomes heavy on the bladder.
The inability to control passage of urine or feces.
the loss of bladder (urine) or bowel (stool, feces) control.
A loss of urinary control. There are various kinds and degrees of incontinence. Overflow incontinence is a condition in which the bladder retain urine after voiding. As a consequence, the bladder remains full most of the time, resulting in involuntary seepage of urine from the bladder. Stress incontinence is the involuntary discharge of urine when there is increased pressure upon the bladder, as in coughing or straining to lift heavy objects. Total incontinence is the failure of ability to voluntarily exercise control over the sphincters of the bladder neck and urethra, resulting in total loss of retentive ability.
loss of bladder control, or urinary leaking.
inability to retain urine, feces or semen due to loss of sphincter control
Inability to control urine flow: leaking or dripping. A less common side effect with cryo than with radical prostatectomy. If it occurs, it may spontaneously improve over time. Ask your doctor about "Kegels" exercises.
Inability to hold urine or control urine loss.
A lack of control over when urination occurs, resulting in involuntary leakage of urine.4, 21 Two of of the most common kinds of urinary incontinence are urge urinary incontinence and stress urinary incontinence.
Inability to control the flow of urine from the bladder (urinary incontinence) or the escape of stool from the rectum (fecal incontinence).
Leakage of urine or feces that cannot be controlled.
Involuntary leakage of urine or faeces from the body.
The inability to control bladder function.
inability to control urination and/or defecation.
Loss of the ability to hold urine in the bladder and control passing urine
the inability to prevent leakage of urine or stool.
(in-KAHN-tih-nens): Inability to control the flow of urine from the bladder.
inability to retain urine, semen, or feces, through loss of sphincter control
involuntary bladder leakage (loss of urine).
Inability to control the urinary bladder or bowels.
The lack of ability to control the release of urine or faeces from the body.
inability to control urine retention.
(in- con-tuh-nence): partial or complete loss of urinary or bowel control.
Loss of bladder and/or bowel control.
loss of bladder or bowel control; the accidental loss of urine or feces.
Incontinence is when you pass urine (urinal incontinence), or stools or gas (faecal incontinence), because you cannot control your bladder or bowels.
Inability to hold urine or faeces.
Lack of bladder or bowel control.
Inability to prevent the discharge of urine or feces.
(1) Want of chastity; Indulgence in unlawful carnal connection; (2) Unrestrained; uncontrolled; incapable of holding back; (3) Incapable of controlling the excretory functions.
Inability to hold urine in the bladder. May be a result of radiation therapy, surgical procedure of the prostate, or the disease process.
(see "Urinary incontinence")
The inability to control urine leakage. Can be caused by an estrogen deficiency or by nerve damage through hysterectomy surgery. Incontinence can cause FSAD.
Literally: leaking, here: loss of urine control, unintentional passing of urine.