Looking for information on how to control overactive bladder and its symptoms? Here are several control techniques and options worth looking into.
Three overactive bladder surgery options include Botox injections, bladder augmentation, and sacral nerve stimulation. Learn more about each procedure here.
Kegel exercises are often overlooked as being a form of treatment for anyone with overactive bladder. Here's how to do Kegels for overactive bladder.
How to stop bladder leakage starts with bladder training, reducing stress, lifestyle and diet changes, and seven other ways.
If you have a cough and have OAB, you're probably looking for ways to prevent bladder leakage when coughing – thankfully, there are three ways to do that.
Pelvic floor exercises can help those living with overactive bladder strengthen their bladder and increase their bladder and bowel control.
If you have OAB nighttime can bring plenty of restless nights. Thankfully, there are ways to cope with overactive bladder at night.
The same properties in Botox that help firm the face can also help strengthen the bladder. Read more about Botox treatment for overactive bladder here.