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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.

Medically Reviewed By: Cynthia Haines, MD | Last Review Date: Oct 10, 2012

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  4. Overactive Bladder FAQs, Cystitis and Overactive Bladder Foundation (http://www.cobfoundation.org/OAB/OABFAQ.html);
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