Stress incontinence complications may include:
Emotional distress: If you experience stress incontinence with your daily activities, you may feel embarrassed and distressed by the condition.
Mixed urinary incontinence: Mixed incontinence is common and means that you have both stress incontinence and urgency incontinence — the unintentional loss of urine resulting from bladder muscle contractions (overactive bladder) that cause an urgent need to urinate.
Skin rash or irritation: Skin that is in regular touch with urine may become irritating or uncomfortable, and it may eventually break down. If you don't take measures, such as utilizing moisture barriers or incontinence pads, this may happen with severe incontinence.
If you want to know more about Stress incontinence, visit Sankalp Hospital and consult Dr Amit Doshi one of the top Urologist in Vadodara.