In a study, 24% of women with any urinary incontinence reported that the condition affected their daily activities.
Patients with overactive bladders may experience stress, embarrassment, and a lowered quality of life. However, there are a number of lifestyle changes they can implement that may lessen their symptoms. Making some small changes can be easier than patients realize. What are some changes patients can make?
Gemtesa is an oral, once-daily, small molecule beta-3 adrenergic agonist.
Prevalence of nocturia reduced among postmenopausal women who selected systemic hormone therapy compared with no treatment
Extended-release tablets and extended-release oral suspension forms approved to treat neurogenic detrusor overactivity in children 3 years and older
Anticholinergics have been the main class of oral medications used to treat overactive bladder, but providers’ prescribing patterns have changed in light of research linking these medications to an increased risk for dementia, according to a new survey.
More attention should be focused on fall prevention for older adults with OAB dry, according to investigators.
Reducing dietary salt effectively improved both subjective and objective symptoms in patients with OAB who had excessive consumption of salt.
The placebo response is statistically, and possibly clinically, significant in patients with OAB, according to authors of a new systematic review.
In a real-world study, only half of patients continued with long-term maintenance percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation after the initial 12 weeks.