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Learn About Types of Incontinence & Bladder Leakage | NAFC

Learn about the different types of incontinence, their causes, and how to treat them.

With more than 25 million Americans affected by either bladder control or bowel control issues, the medical community has taken note. And because incontinence is a symptom rather than a disease, the method of treatment depends on diagnostic results.

Most treatment involves a combination of medicine, behavioral modification, pelvic muscle exercises, collection devices, and absorbent products. Despite the high success rates in treating incontinence, only 1 out of every 12 people affected seeks help. Don’t be like those other 11 people.

Prepare yourself by getting more knowledgeable. Below are categories of incontinence. See which one best describes what you are experiencing. Read up so when you talk with a medical professional, you’ll be ready to actively participate in your treatment. 


Unsure about what incontinence condition you may be dealing with? Try this simple quiz to learn more. You know more than you think!


Urinary Incontinence is not an inevitable part of the aging process. It is a treatable condition in most circumstances. Learn more here.


If you're experiencing anything from leakage or sudden and strong urges to urinate, read on.


Women are 4 - 5 times more likely than men to have urinary incontinence problems. Like men, these conditions are treatable. Read on.


While affecting mostly children, this condition can manifest in adults as well. Learn more about the "why" and how to develop a care plan.


Accidental Bowel Leakage (ABL) is a condition where you cannot hold a bowel movement before making it to the bathroom. Learn how to manage.


If you need to go to the bathroom 2 or more times during the night, check out the causes and how you can get back to a full night's sleep.


Neuroligical disorders can affect continence. The effects on bladder and bowel control as well as strategies to cope are detailed here.


When two organs or vessels connect that shouldn't, it creates an unwanted passageway. The many causes and varieties of fistulas are explained here.