Overactive Bladder (cont.)
Overactive Bladder Follow-up
Follow-up for overactive bladder depends on how the symptoms are controlled with a proposed treatment and what other underlying conditions need to be addressed. The treating physician is the best person to determine the timing and frequency of follow-up.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 7/25/2014
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