Men's bodies are generally better designed to prevent urine leakage. This is because the urethra in men (the tube through which urine flows out of the body) is longer. This helps men to be better able to control their urine flow until they can get to the bathroom.
- Q How can medications cause complications of overactive bladder?
- Q What physical problems can cause an overactive bladder?
- Q Are men prone to overactive bladder after prostate surgery?
- Q Can medical illness cause temporary symptoms of overactive bladder?
- Q Does drinking alcohol contribute to overactive bladder?
- Q Is there a link between overactive bladder and prostate cancer?