WE KNOW LIVING WITH OVERACTIVE BLADDER CAN BE DISRUPTIVE

Have you been trying to cope with the symptoms of overactive bladder?

If you have ever canceled trips, avoided exercising, or refused invitations because you weren’t sure you’d be close to a bathroom, you may be coping with the symptoms of OAB.

Frequent urination, leakage episodes, and a sudden urge to urinate can be difficult to deal with. When living with OAB becomes the “new normal,” you may find yourself relying more on coping techniques.

Portable restroom.

If you've been using some of these common coping techniques, it may be time to talk to your OAB treatment provider about OAB treatment:

Underwear.

Wearing panty liners, pads, or diapers daily

Purse.

Packing extra supplies in case of an accident

Restroom sign.

Mapping out the closest bathrooms

Commute planning.

Carefully planning your commute

Travel plans.

Adjusting travel plans

Time to talk to an OAB treatment provider? Start by asking yourself these questions

SELF ASSESSMENT
Doctor prepared to discuss GEMTESA and OAB with patients.