Health & Wellness

How to Deal With an Overactive Bladder

More than 30 million Americans live with the symptoms of overactive bladder (OAB), according to the Urology Care Foundation. OAB is a common lower urinary tract or bladder health problem that can cause incontinence, which is the leaking of urine that can’t be controlled.

With symptoms including a sudden need to urinate immediately, urinating more than eight times per day, urine leakage following a sudden urge and waking up two or more times to urinate during the night, it’s a health issue that goes undiagnosed and untreated more than half the time.

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