There can be foods or drinks such as alcohol-based drinks that can cause temporary urinary incontinence, such as beer, wine, spirits, as well as caffeinated drinks - coffee, tea, soda.
Also, over drinking of beverages can cause the bladder to have an increased amount of urine to expel.
Caffeine is a stimulant of the bladder. Soda, coffee and citrus beverages are acidic and can irritate the bladder, causing urinary incontinence.
Other causes can be medical problems, such as a bladder or urinary tract infection (UTI). Medications such as for blood pressure, heart meds, sedatives and muscle relaxants can cause bladder control problems.
Constipation can cause urinary incontinence, by causing overactive nerves in the colon from the constipation and can cause frequency in urination. compacted stool can also interfere with the bladder emptying, which can cause overflow incontinence.
Pregnancy - pregnant women can experience stress incontinence from hormonal changes, increased weight of the enlarged uterus. Nerves in the bladder can be damaged during childbirth, causing a prolapsed pelvic floor, which can cause urinary incontinence.
Aging - aging of the bladder muscle can cause overactive bladder symptoms and lessen the capacity to hold urine.
Other causes :
interstitial cystitis or painful bladder syndrome
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