The primary symptom of stress incontinence is leakage due to activities that apply pressure to a full bladder. High-impact exercise poses the greatest risk for leaking. But stress incontinence can occur with even minor activities, such as:
Leakage stops when the stress ends. If the leakage persists, it is more likely to be urge incontinence.
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