Reasons for urge incontinence and overactive bladder The sudden need to pass urine desperately, and maybe not being able to reach the toilet in time, is a slightly different sort of incontinence called urge incontinence and overactive bladder. This evaluation must be balanced since the studies did not match diagnostic criteria with the data in which the studies were realized for example, DSM and symptoms grading. Women without incontinence during coitus prior to intervention did not present improvement of sexual function even in the presence of improvement of global quality of life. It is an important public health issue due to high prevalence and impact on quality of life 3 and due to financial costs of treatment 4. Unfortunately, there are sparse articles that evaluate the benefits of female sexual function with drug management of incontinence. No one seems to talk about this, so a sufferer thinks she is the only one with the problem. The use of this model of linear sexual response was successively questioned in relation to its applicability in women: Incontinence grading is hard to perform, and it is admitted that severity is directly related to amount of lost urine 7 , although discomfort does not reflect severity. Asoglu concluded that urgency symptoms, especially in the presence of MUI, were associated to anxiety disturbances, mood disturbances depression symptoms and low quality of life of SUI in the context of sexual life 1. Religious aspects Muslims and cultural aspects Hispanics showed a more negative vision of the disease than among other women It seems that this report is associated to failure of surgical intervention Urinary incontinence related to coitus has been described in two ways: Surgical treatment of UUI through sacral neuromodulation is poorly studied in relation to sexual function and the existent studies involve small samples of patients but in general show improvement of questionnaire evaluation of sexual function 63 - UUI related to reduction to lubrication and increase of pain associated to sexual activity. Caffeine and alcohol act as diuretics, as well as being bladder irritants, so they can increase your urge to urinate.