Information and Resources

We collaborate with OAB medical experts to review research findings and produce information and programs to help people with OAB and their doctors better manage the condition.

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Treatment Options

OAB treatment has many approaches, from medication, to behavioral changes, to a combination of both. Visiting your doctor for a thorough evaluation and following his or her instructions carefully can help you get the OAB treatment you need to get back into your old routine.

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OAB Support Network

Online support forum and discussion group for anyone affected by OAB. Tell your story. Help others through their journey with OAB.

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Overactive Bladder Affects Over 19 Million Females in the US

Overactive bladder affects an increasing number of women with age. About 15 percent of middle-aged women are affected; that incidence climbs to 30 percent as women approach their seventies.

Overactive bladder (OAB) is characterized by symptoms of frequent and urgent urination. It results from an involuntary contraction of the bladder that can produce such a sudden, strong urge to urinate that leakage occurs. OAB and stress incontinence are the most common bladder problems. 

19.6 Million Women

are affected with symptoms of Overactive Bladder

1 in 3 Women Over 40

say they experience symptoms of OAB

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2-minute survey to help you quickly identify if you should talk to your doctor about OAB.