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Work, family, friends. Exercising, volunteering, traveling. You've got a life to live, and overactive bladder doesn't have to slow you down. Here's how to manage this condition every day so you can focus on moving ahead—not making your next pit stop.
Answer: D. Frequently feeling the urge to urinate in the daytime and nighttime is a key signal of overactive bladder. Going more than eight times during the day or two or more times at night also is a sign.