There are some prominent causes of urinary incontinence that can be seen in men of all ages. Prostate enlargement is one of these reasons. Prostate enlargement, especially seen in men over the age of 50, can also occur in middle age. Although this growth does not cause bladder problems in all patients, problems with voiding function may occur if treatment is delayed. Permanent damage to the bladder wall and weakening of the muscles cause urinary incontinence. Some men may experience urinary incontinence after prostate and prostate cancer surgeries. This is because the urethral sphincter muscles, which hold urine, are damaged during surgery. After the surgery, exercise is recommended to strengthen these muscles, and if there is no improvement, surgical methods are used.