Urinary incontinence happens more often in older men than in young men, but it's not just a normal part The sphincter may be too weak to hold back the urine.
As long as your urge to pee frequently is not caused by an underlying condition, it's possible to train your bladder to Holding your pee for too long can be harmful for you. . Kegel exercises can benefit both men and women.
Ignoring your body's warning signals and holding your urine too long can cause difficulty urinating may be caused by an enlarged prostate (in men), surgery.