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Bladder control problems affect tens of millions of people every day. If you’re one of them, you should speak up.
Overactive bladder (OAB) is a treatable condition. It’s not a normal part of aging. And you shouldn’t have to deal with it on your own.
People with undiagnosed OAB reported5:
Just say: “I think I might have OAB” and let your doctor take it from there.
I did some research, talked to my doctor and thought, this could be the answer I’m looking for so I don’t need to swallow pills anymore.– Carmen Experiencing relief with Bladder Control Therapy delivered by sacral neuromodulation
I don’t have to worry about pads or knowing where bathrooms are. I got my freedom back!– Jane H. Experiencing relief with Bladder Control Therapy delivered by sacral neuromodulation
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National diabetes statistics, 2011. National Diabetes Information Clearing house website. http://www.diabetes.niddk.nih.gov/dm/pubs/statistics/#fast. Accessed January 27, 2017.
Leede Research, “Views on OAB: A Study for the National Association of Continence.” December 16, 2015. CD-ROM Edition.