Don't just "live with it" if you have an overactive bladder. Simple lifestyle changes and medications can make a big difference. To help you cope with OAB, WebMD editors searched through our best articles and OAB guides to pull out useful tips for daily living. Use these tips for better health and peace of mind.
A lecture hall, the theater, a ballgame: if the setting is crowded,
incontinence is a hassle. Many people avoid those events. Others get crafty in
devising their exit plans.
"People can be very strategic," says Roger Dmochowski, MD, a
urologist and director of the Vanderbilt Continence Center in Nashville, Tenn.
"It's amazing how good some people are at estimating their bladder problem.
They have a fairly good idea of the time frame they're working with. They try
to make it through the challenging...