If you have OAB, don’t be embarrassed. We have ways to help you, including exercises, watching what you eat and drink, medication, and Botox.
How much do you think you know about overactive bladder (OAB)? WebMD helps you sort out some common myths.
A bladder diary tracks your fluid intake and output and helps you manage your overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms.
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.
Twila Yednock was happy to finally be diagnosed with overactive bladder, and she hasn’t let the condition slow down her pursuit of what she loves.
Work can be stressful enough. Adding OAB at work can take stress to the next level. Find out 11 ways to manage OAB on the job.
Living with an overactive bladder? These foods and drinks may be ramping up your symptoms.
Did you know YOU could be making your OAB worse? Here are some mistakes you may be making with OAB, and how you change them.
Making sure your doctor knows about you and your OAB is crucial. Find out some key things to talk to your doctor about your condition.
Are you traveling with an overactive bladder? We’ve got some tips you need to know so your trip goes smoothly.
With attention and a few day-to-day changes, you can adjust to a new lifestyle and even curb frequent overactive bladder accidents altogether.
Surgery isn’t the only treatment for OAB. Try Kegel exercises to strengthen your pelvic muscles.
Don't let OAB ruin your sex life. Here are some tips to get your groove back in the bedroom.