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Urinary incontinence is a loss in bladder control.
When an individual is unable to control the ability to urinate and there is an involuntary loss of urine, the person is said to have a urinary incontinence. This condition is called “leaky bladder” (Med Broadast,2018). Over the years researchers are trying to find out the underlying causes of incontinence, however, to have a deeper understanding of what incontinence is, one should have a knowledge of what is the pathophysiology of incontinence.
The brain plays an important role in the control of urination. As the bladder is controlled by centers in the pons, which dictates if the bladder has to store th