What is overflow incontinence?

Answer Overflow incontinence is a medical condition in which the flow of urine cannot be controlled because the bladder does not fully empty. This leads to dribbling of urine throughout the day and night.... Read More »

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What are the causes of overflow incontinence?

According to the Mayo Clinic, urinary incontinence is "the inability to control the release of urine from your bladder." Although there are several different types of incontinence, overflow inconti... Read More »

When did hoover dam overflow?

Hoover Dam overflowed for the first and only time in July 1983 as a result of a flood that filled the Colorado River. The high volume of water damaged the spillways, which had to be repaired soon a... Read More »

What is a stack overflow?

A stack overflow is a memory malfunction when a piece of hardware requests the use of more RAM (Random Access Memory) than there is available. This can cause problems with the operation of some har... Read More »

Why Toilets Overflow?

If and when you encounter your toilet overflowing, you can never just ignore it. Simply mopping up the overflowed water won't erase the reason the toilet overflowed in the first place. You need to ... Read More »