24 Nov DO YOU HAVE AN OVERACTIVE BLADDER?
Wondering if you may have an overactive bladder (OAB)? Common OAB symptoms include a sudden urge to urinate with the inability to control it, experiencing bladder leaks, going to the restroom so often that it disrupts your daily life (typically 8 or more times a day) or waking up 2 or more times per night because you need to urinate. If you can relate to any of these symptoms, you personally know how disruptive OAB symptoms can be to your daily life. It’s time to get your life back and get in control of your bladder. Approximately 37 million U.S. adults suffer from OAB but few seek treatment and even fewer are given a therapy beyond medications. If your quality of life is impaired by OAB symptoms seek a consultation with a provider offering pelvic floor physical therapy, sacral neuromodulation (i.e. Axonics), Botox bladder injections, percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation (i.e. Urgent PC) or investigational therapies (i.e. implantable tibial devices).