An unstable or overactive bladder is caused by involuntary, uncontrolled contractions of the muscle in the bladder. This results in a sudden urge to go to the toilet, and sometimes even involuntary urine leakage before reaching the toilet.
A combination of stress urinary incontinence and urge urinary incontinence.
A frequent or constant dribble of urine resulting from an inability to empty the bladder. This occurs in people with a damaged bladder, blocked urethra or damage to the nervous system. With overflow incontinence you may feel as if you never completely empty your bladder. When you try to urinate, you may produce only a weak stream of urine.
These are general guidelines meant to help you with typical questions. You should follow the specific instructions provided by your healthcare provider and the intermittent catheterization solution you are using.