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Overactive Bladder's Impact on Quality of Life
An overactive bladder never gives you a break. The condition is uncomfortable, potentially embarrassing, and as studies have found, have a deep impact on a person's quality of life.
How to Control Overactive Bladder
Overactive bladder can have a big impact on your quality of life. But there are simple things that you can do to change your behavior, and help relieve your symptoms.
Got Questions about Overactive Bladder?
It's not something that people like to talk about in public. It's a private matter. But talking to your doctor about overactive bladder is the first step to managing the condition.
OAB Associated with Metabolic Syndrome
If you have high blood pressure, high blood sugar, high cholesterol, or extra body weight around your middle, you are at a higher risk for overactive bladder.
Overactive Bladder 4-1-1
Is an overactive bladder ruining your day? Eating certain foods might irritate your bladder more, so learn the types of food you can and cannot eat and to avoid constant bathroom breaks.
Remarkable Results for Overactive Bladder
Carolyn Hoge remembers the problem started for no apparent reason. Out of the blue, she would have this sudden urgency to go to the bathroom. "I had to go now - I mean immediately!" Carolyn recalls. Hard contractions that could be painful often accompanied this urgency. "And oh my God, I was squeezing my knees!"
No Herbal Remedy at All
It's been touted for years as an herbal supplement for improving overall prostate health. A new study shows that men have been wasting their money on saw palmetto.
Urinary Tract Problems on the Rise
With better technology, medicine and science, people are getting older. Although people are getting more time, there are also other problems – specifically urinary problems.
The Good Buzzed Life
Millions, if not billions of people around the world grab a cup of coffee to start their day. Did you ever stop to think it might be boosting your spirits while keeping you awake?
FDA approves Botox to treat specific form of urinary incontinence
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Botox ( onabotulinumtoxinA ) injection to treat urinary incontinence in people with neurologic conditions such as spinal cord injury and multiple sclerosis who have overactivity of the bladder.