Do you have to be menopausal to have incontinence?

No. Not at all, some types of incontinence occur prior to puberty. Stress incontinence becomes more common as women age, but can happen much earlier.
No. While many types of incontinence are more common as we age, but incontinence is a problem that can affect people of all ages. Incontinence is not a normal part of getting older. Incontinence may be a sign of a more serious medical condition and should always be evaluated by your healthcare provider. Many causes of incontinence can be treated and corrected.
No. Many women experience involuntary leakage of urine during pregnancy and after pelvic floor trauma from childbirth.
No. Urinary incontinence can occur at any age. It becomes more common the older you get. Their are many different causes of incontinence and it can usually be treated if it is a problem for you.