Simple Solutions for 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 ›
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 ›
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Overactive bladder, or urge incontinence, can happen to men or women at any age, but it's more common in women and older people.