Thanks for the question.
This would not typically be related.
Incontinence has identifiable physical reasons in almost all cases.
Rarely in an adult is it psychological.
In fact, this is a sign you need a complete work up, medically and urologically.
For example, a bladder problem, a hormonal problem, a structural problem: all are possible.
I would see an internist, then a urologist if needed.
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