OVERFLOW OR CHRONIC RETENTION
Overflow occurs when the body has difficulty passing urine, resulting in frequent small amounts of leakage. Common signs are: straining to pass urine, a weak or slow urine stream, feeling your bladder is not empty just after going to the toilet, little or no warning when you need to pass urine There are a number of possible causes of overflow incontinence including a urethra blockage, a prolapse, enlarged prostates, frequent urinary tract infections or cystitis, and some medications and diabetics.
Chronic retention is when the bladder does not effectively empty, causing urine to remain in the bladder after urination. This is a common cause f Urinary Tract Infections, please seek medical advice.