Reviewed by Neha Pathak on April 27, 2021
Wake Forest School of Medicine: “Bladder Matters -- A Guide to Managing OAB Health.” <br>University of Maryland Medical Center: "Urinary Incontinence -- Lifestyle Changes.”
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With attention and a few day-to-day changes, you can adjust to a new lifestyle and even curb frequent overactive bladder accidents altogether.
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