Hi - I started experiencing stress urinary incontinence during my third pregnancy - despite doing Kegels for years. It has never been "bad" for me, but now that I am in my 60s, things are starting to change ... and not for the better. I don't have OAB, but a good sneeze with a full bladder, or perhaps jumping out of bed with a bit too much enthusiasm in the morning means a leak. And the leaks are more frequent now. So I am working on regaining strength in my pelvic muscles, taking more notice of signals that my bladder is full, and that I should get off any extra weight. I know I am lucky that this is the worst I am experiencing right now ... but it's still not fun. And I realize that the future may not be this easy if I don't get serious about taking care of my pelvic floor NOW.