Mixed urinary incontinence symptoms are a combination of stress incontinence (leakage during activity) and urge/frequency symptoms of overactive bladder. Oftentimes, mixed incontinence is a result of “Just incase” peeing (JIC). When you suffer from stress incontinence, you have a tendency to urinate before leaving the house and immediately on arriving to your destination. This is due to the fear of leakage. By JIC peeing, you negatively reprogram your bladder to think that it is full when in reality, it contains a small amount of urine. Over time, this leads to the symptoms of overactive bladder. You can read more about negative bladder programming on the OAB page.