Overactive Bladder (cont.)
Overactive Bladder Treatment
Treatments for OAB can be classified into three categories; nonmedical therapy or behavioral therapy, medical therapy, and rarely, surgical therapy. In general, the combination of behavioral therapy and medications has been proven to be more effective in treating OAB than either therapy alone.
Medically Reviewed by a Doctor on 7/25/2014
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