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    Answer a few questions to find out if you can live better with overactive bladder.

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    Reviewed by Nazia Q Bandukwala, DO on May 14, 2019



    U.S. National Library of Medicine: “Darifenacin,” “Mirabegron,” “Tolterodine,” “Oxybutynin Transdermal Patch,” “Oxybutynin Topical,” “Solifenacin,” “Trospium,”

    National Institutes of Health: “Fesoterodine.”

    Medscape: “Overactive Bladder Treatment & Management,” “Overactive Bladder Medication.”

    Mayo Clinic: “Overactive Bladder,” “Oxybutynin (Oral Route).”

    Urology Care Foundation: “What is Overactive Bladder?”

    Wake Forest Baptist Health: “A Guide to Managing Overactive Bladder.”

    American Family Physician: “AUA Releases Guideline on Diagnosis and Treatment of Overactive Bladder.”

    Cleveland Clinic: “Are Your Medications Causing or Increasing Incontinence?”

    The Cystitis & Overactive Bladder Foundation: “OAB Diet.”

    Bladder & Bowel Community: “10 Overactive Bladder Treatment Options To Try.”

    Columbus Regional Healthcare System: “Bladder Matters: A Guide to Managing Overactive Bladder.”

    Reviews in Urology: “Smoking: Its Impact on Urologic Health.”

    National Institute on Aging: “Urinary Incontinence in Older Adults.”

    American Urological Association: “Diagnosis and Treatment of Non-Neurogenic Overactive Bladder (OAB) in Adults (2019).”

    University of Colorado: “Try PTNS for Overactive Bladder.”

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