This form of incontinence occurs when a person's bladder has no ability to hold urine. This type of incontinence is rare, however. It is usually the result of a birth defect or severe injury to the spine or excretory system.
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Honor Society of Nursing (STTI) answered
Jill Rabin, Obstetrics & Gynecology, answeredTotal incontinence refers to a complete loss of bladder control. An individual with this type of incontinence constantly loses a small amount of urine and must wear a protective pad at all times. When and where urination will occur is totally out of that person’s control.
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