incontinence

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English - Turkish
(Tıp) Normal olarak vücuttan dışarı atılacak şeylerin çıkmasını kontrol edememe, incontinentia
(Tıp) inkontinans
(Tıp,Pisikoloji, Ruhbilim) enkontinans
sidiğini tutamazlık
nefsine hâkim olamayış
kendini tutamama
Normal olarak vücuttan dışarı atılacak şeylerin çıkmasını kontrol edememe
{i} duramama
{i} kendine hakim olamama
{i} çişini tutamama
urinary incontinence
üriner inkontinans
urine incontinence
(Tıp) idrarını tutamama
English - English
The inability of any of the physical organs to restrain discharges of their contents; involuntary discharge or evacuation (of urine or feces)
Lack of self-restraint, an inability to control oneself; unchastity

Allworthy was sufficiently offended by this transgression of Jones; for notwithstanding the assertions of Mr Western, it is certain this worthy man had never indulged himself in any loose pleasures with women, and greatly condemned the vice of incontinence in others.

The inability to control the bladder or bowel This may be a side effect of cancer or of cancer treatment
The loss of voluntary control over bladder and/or bowel functions
involuntary urination or defecation
An inability so control the muscles which control the passing of urine or faeces
Inability to prevent the flow of urine or the opening of the bowels
Loss of control of the bladder or bowel
loss of voluntary control over urination and/or defecation
Incapacity to hold; hence, incapacity to hold back or restrain; the quality or state of being incontinent; want of continence; failure to restrain the passions or appetites; indulgence of lust; lewdness
the inability to control bowel and/or urine elimination
Inability to maintain control over bladder or bowel function Double incontinence = impaired bladder AND bowel control [Quick find]
Also called spontaneous voiding; the inability to control passage of urine or bowel movements
Lack of due restraint of the appetites or passions; intemperance in sexual intercourse; unchasteness; licentiousness
(in-KON-tih-nents)
Incontinence is the inability to prevent urine or faeces coming out of your body. Incontinence is not just a condition of old age. Inability to control excretion. Starting and stopping urination relies on normal function in pelvic and abdominal muscles, diaphragm, and control nerves. Babies' nervous systems are too immature for urinary control. Later incontinence may reflect disorders (e.g., neural tube defect causing "neurogenic bladder"), paralysis of urinary system muscles, long-term bladder distension, or certain urogenital malformations. Weak pelvic muscles can allow small urine losses on coughing or sneezing ("stress incontinence"). Uncontrolled defecation can result from spinal or bodily injuries, old age, extreme fear, or severe diarrhea. See also enuresis
A loss of urinary control
The inability of any of the animal organs to restrain the natural evacuations, so that the discharges are involuntary; as, incontinence of urine
The inability of any of the physical organs to restrain discharges of their contents; involuntary discharge or evacuation: as, incontinence of urine
The inability of the body to control urination or bowel movements or both
Absence of voluntary control of an excretory function, especially defecation or urination
{i} lack of self-control, lack of restraint; inability to control urination or defecation (Medicine)
Inability to control excretions Urinary incontinence is the inability to keep urine in the bladder
indiscipline with regard to sensuous pleasures
The quality of being incontinent; want of continence or holding in; unrestrained movement or flow; superabundant outpour
the inability to control urination or defacation
ıncontinence
{n} intemperance, unchastity, looseness
overflow incontinence
due to prostate enlargement or weak bladder muscles or nerve damage
overflow incontinence
urinary incontinence that occurs when the bladder is so full that it continually leaks urine; often attributable to a blocked urethra e
stress incontinence
urinary incontinence that occurs when involuntary pressure is put on the bladder by coughing or laughing or sneezing or lifting or straining
urge incontinence
urinary incontinence that is generally attributable to involuntary contracts of the bladder muscle resulting in an urgent need to urinate accompanied by a sudden loss of urine; most common in people over 60 years of age
urinary incontinence
inability to control the flow of urine and involuntary urination
incontinence
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