Stress incontinence. This means leaking urine when you laugh, cough, sneeze, jog, or lift something heavy.
Urge incontinence. This is a need to urinate that is so strong
you can't reach the toilet in time.
Pelvic floor weakness due to childbirth. Childbirth can stretch and weaken pelvic floor muscles. And that can cause urine control problems. It can also allow one or more pelvic organs to sag. When the uterus sags, it's called uterine prolapse. Women can help prevent this problem by doing daily Kegels during and after pregnancy.