Overactive Bladder

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Getting the Therapy

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Getting the Therapy

Getting Sacral Neuromodulation for Bladder Control

If your bladder control problems are preventing you from living a normal life, sacral neuromodulation therapy may provide relief. The implant surgery is minimally invasive, and most people return to normal activities within a few days.

Factors Your Doctor May Consider

Some people find that alternative treatments for bladder control problems don’t work for them. Others cannot tolerate the side effects of medications. Find out more about sacral neuromodulation.
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Trial Assessment

If you have not had success with other treatments or could not tolerate them, talk to your doctor about a reversible trial that lets you assess whether sacral neuromodulation is the right therapy for you. 
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Your Healthcare Team

Talk to your primary care doctor, urologist, urogynaecologist, or gynaecologist about treating your bladder control problem today.
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Procedure: What to expect

On average, the procedure to implant sacral neuromodulation therapy takes from 1 to 2 hours. Your doctor can answer any questions you may have about the procedure.
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Questions and Answers

Learn more about the sacral neuromodulation and how it may help you and your overactive bladder symptoms.
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Factors Your Doctor May Consider

The Trial Assessment

Your Healthcare Team

Procedure: What to Expect

Questions and Answers – Trial Assessment


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