What are the symptoms of overflow urinary incontinence?

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Jill Rabin
OBGYN (Obstetrics & Gynecology)
People who suffer from overflow incontinence feel as though their bladder is never empty; they have difficulties starting to urinate and then find that their stream is very weak and that they void very little.
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The main symptom of overflow urinary incontinence is an uncontrollable bladder that leads to unwanted urination. There will usually be a dribble of urine because the bladder can't empty completely. You may also have a weak urine stream as a result.

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