Where are you on the OAB treatment pathway?
A medical professional has confirmed you have OAB with symptoms of urgency, frequency and/or leakage.
Lifestyle and Dietary Adjustments
Kegel exercises, dietary and fluid intake adjustments, scheduled voiding, weight loss
Bathroom tissue to protect undergarments, pads or pantyliners, urinary pads or adult diapers, catheters
Over-the-counter treatments: oral medications or transdermal patch
Prescription treatments: oral medications such as anticholinergics and/or beta-3 adrenergic agonist prescribed by a medical professional
In-office procedure administered through a cystoscope. Treatment is repeated a few times a year.
Learn about a different treatment approach
Percutaneous Tibial Nerve Stimulation
Electrode nerve stimulation. Initially every week for 12 weeks, then once a month for maintenance.
Surgically implanted device typically replaced every 3-9 years.
Cystoplasty (bladder enlargement), Urinary Diversion
As you can see, just because you’ve tried one or two approaches doesn’t mean you’ve exhausted all of your options. Don’t give up hope before you’ve asked your doctor about all possible treatment options.