Popular Myths, Busted

It's true: Overactive bladder isn't great fodder for dinner table conversation. Yet the fact that we don't talk about it may explain why there are so many misconceptions about such a common and bothersome condition. Have you fallen for any of these myths?

Medically Reviewed By: Susan Shaw, MD | Last Review Date: Sep 11, 2012

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