Patients with overflow incontinence cannot completely empty their bladders, causing either a constantly full bladder requiring frequent urination or a constant dribbling of urine, or both. This type of incontinence is generally caused by weakened bladder muscles as a result of nerve damage from diabetes or other diseases. It can also result from the urethra being blocked due to kidney or urinary stones, tumors, or a birth defect.
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