Overactive bladder and urinary incontinence have an increasing number of pharmacologic treatments
(dailyRx News) Having a sudden urge to urinate can strike women with overactive bladder (OAB) almost anytime. And while there are a number of lifestyle and muscular remedies, medications are taking a larger role in treating OAB.
Recently, Italian researchers reviewed international literature to assess the various medications currently available to treat women with urinary tract symptoms.
This review uncovered that various classes of medications and combination therapies were effective choices, but noted that more research is needed with female study participants.
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