Urinary Incontinence OAB Features
How to Keep a Bladder Diary
- The Emotional Effects of OAB
If you have OAB, it can take an emotional toll on your life. Find out how to overcome challenges from depression and stress to trouble with your sex life.
- Tips to Help You Manage Urinary Incontinence
You don't have to just live with urinary incontinence; simple changes like these can help you take control.
- 6 Diet Changes to Help You Handle Urinary Incontinence
Adjust your diet, and your urinary incontinence may improve. Find out which foods and drinks to avoid.
- Sex, Exercise, and Stress Incontinence
Workouts and romance may trigger accidental urinary incontinence, but stress incontinence treatments can bring relief.
- New Treatments for Overactive Bladder
Get the facts on OAB treatments that may ease overactive bladder symptoms.
- How OAB Affects Sex and Intimacy
You can stop overactive bladder from shutting down romance and your sex life.
- Traveling With Overactive Bladder
These vacation and travel tips will help people with bladder control issues enjoy, instead of dread, their next trip.
- Herbal Remedies for Overactive Bladder
Can herbal remedies help ease overactive bladder symptoms? Find out what experts say about OAB and herbal treatments.
- OAB: When You Have an Accident
WebMD talks about how to handle a urinary accident at home or in public and how to prevent bladder leaking problems.
- Putting an Overactive Bladder to Bed
An overactive bladder doesn’t have to interrupt sleep and sex. Tips for controlling urinary incontinence in bed.
- Tips for Dealing With Overactive Bladder (OAB)
Learn tips to cope well with an overactive bladder, whether you're at work, on the road, or at home.
- When You’re a Guest With Incontinence
With the right incontinence products, you'll feel comfortable staying in another person's home.
- At the Gym With Incontinence
Don't quit exercising because of urinary incontinence -- take precautions instead.
- Incontinence: A Woman's Little Secret
If you think urinary incontinence only affects older women, think again. Bladder control issues affect younger, active women, too -- are you one of them?
- New Relief for Stress Incontinence
Women who suffer from stress urinary incontinence may benefit from a simple new device.