Men can experience stress/exertion incontinence with age and following surgery to the prostate. Stress incontinence is urine loss when there is exertion or an increase in pressure in the abdomen e.g. when running, sneezing or coughing.
Solution: Supervised and structured pelvic floor muscle training program.
Urine urgency is the need to suddenly rush to the toilet as the bladder is filling. This can be the result of bladder spasms, a reduced capacity of the bladder, or with certain triggers. Triggers can include; coffee, fizzy drinks, alcohol, artificial sugars, running water, on route to the toilet or with key in the door.
Solution: Bladder re-training and medical assistance