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Drug Treatments for OAB

One in five women over age 40 has bladder incontinence. Medications can help.


Drug Treatments for OAB

Reviewed By: Brunilda Nazario,

SOURCES: Anne Wiskind, MD, urogynecologist, Peachtree Gynecology; medical director of the Center for Comprehensive Pelvic Health, Piedmont Hospital.
American Urogynecologic Society.
National Association for Continence.
The Simon Foundation for Continence.

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