Incontinence, male or female, is the loss of bladder control and can vary from drops of urine after sneezing to the complete inability to control urination at all. There are several different forms of incontinence. One form is stress incontinence, which is when leakage occurs with physical movement or activities like coughing, sneezing or running. There is also incontinence due to overactive bladder (OAB), and this when a problem occurs with bladder function that causes the sudden need to urinate. Usually due to bladder spasms, which will cause the leaking of urine. Incontinence is usually treatable with prescription medications, lifestyle changes and/or pelvic floor exercises (kegels). But, when needed, there are also medical devices and surgical treatments offered as well.