Stress urinary incontinence or SUI is a condition in which urine leaks due to stress. In this problem, the problem starts due to chronic or pressure on the pelvic floor. In women, the pelvic floor is the main muscle connecting the uterus, bladder, and rectum. This pressure can also be caused by chronic conditions such as chronic cough, constipation and obesity. Stress urinary incontinence, or SUI, in women is in most cases due to weakness resulting from traumatic delivery, injury to the pelvic floor, or genetic flexibility in the pelvic floor muscles.