Simple Solutions for an Overactive Bladder

4 Warning Signs of an Overactive Bladder

Not being able to “hold it” and experiencing sudden urine leaks is all too common. But when does an occasional issue become a big enough reason to seek treatment? Here are 4 “red flags” that signal it may be time to talk to your doctor ›

Quick Guide to Treating Overactive Bladder

Treatments for overactive bladder range from lifestyle changes to surgery. But keep in mind that no treatment works perfectly, and you may have to try more than one approach before you find the one that best suits your needs. Take a look at this quick guide to treatments

Do You Have an Overactive Bladder?

1 out of 6 people over 40 has symptoms of overactive bladder.

7 Hints for Better Bladder Control

Overactive bladder doesn't have to slow you down. There are a variety of simple changes you can make to cope with this condition. It just takes a little planning. Try these 7 hints for better bladder control

Don't Be Embarrassed by OAB

Don't Be Embarrassed by OAB

Will you get stuck at the mall? Will you have a leak during an important meeting? With a little planning, you can ensure your bladder doesn’t cramp your style. Get tips to overcome your fears ›

Treatments for Overactive Bladder

Just like training for a marathon, you can train your bladder too. With bladder retraining, you learn how to urinate at set times— not just when the urge occurs ›

Reference: Overactive Bladder section on Better Medicine

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Which of the following is NOT a symptom of overactive bladder?