Urinary Incontinence OAB Videos
An Active Life With an Overactive Bladder
- Be Prepared for OAB Accidents
With attention and a few day-to-day changes, you can adjust to a new lifestyle and even curb frequent overactive bladder accidents altogether.
- The Basics: How to Prevent UTIs
Need to pee over and over? Kick that burning discomfort to the curb and learn how to prevent UTIs.
- Embarrassing Questions: Why Do I Leak Pee?
Don't let a little pee hold you back. Here are a few solutions to help control your bladder.
- Treat the Symptoms
A pee diary, diet changes, and hormone therapy can help your urge incontinence.
- Lifestyle Changes
A list of healthy habits you can make to help your urge incontinence and cut back on bathroom breaks.
- Retrain Your Bladder
Two steps you can take to strengthen your pelvic muscles and relax your bladder.
- Diet Tips for OAB
Foods and drinks you should avoid to cut down on bathroom breaks.
- What Are My Treatment Options?
An expert explains your choices for better bladder control.
- Overactive Bladder Explained
What does OAB mean? Is it the same as incontinence?
- Fact or Fiction: The Truth About OAB
The real deal on overactive bladder.
- Overcome the Stigma
Don’t let incontinence steal your confidence.
- Incontinence Types, Treatments, Symptoms
One in 5 women over age 40 have bladder incontinence. Medications can help those with an overactive bladder.
- Reducing Urinary Incontinence
Like millions, Mary Lou Retton has urinary incontinence. There are no medications, but pelvic muscle exercises often help.
- What Are Kegels?
Laura Corio, MD, explains what Kegel exercises are and how they help women.