Living With Overactive Bladder Videos
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LIVING WITH Overactive bladder – A Video Overview
Understanding a condition as complex as Overactive Bladder isn’t always easy – there are a lot of misconceptions and misinformation out there, and even when you find trustworthy sources, they’re often so filled with specialized terminology and jargon that it’s hard to make heads or tails of things.
That’s why we’ve prepared the following video overview for you. Over the course of six short videos, you’ll be introduced to all the key concepts you’ll want to know about OAB, including information about the nature of the condition, how you can manage it most effectively and the treatment options you’re likely to encounter.
Everything is presented in simple, everyday language that you can relate to, minimizing confusion and giving you the insight you need to have a productive conversation with caregivers, healthcare professionals and others who can help you address your symptoms.
THE OVERACTIVE BLADDER CARE CONTINUUM
Your Introduction to OAB, detailing the care pathway you’re likely to encounter as you seek treatment.
Overactive Bladder MANAGEMENT THROUGH BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION
You can begin treating symptoms yourself by making some simple lifestyle changes.
BLADDER CONTROL PRODUCTS To Manage Overactive Bladder
There are more products out there than you can imagine. This guide can help you figure out what’s right for you.
MEDICATIONS For Overactive Bladder
Medical treatments for OAB are more effective than ever – here’s a sense of what your doctor may suggest for you.
Advanced Therapies For Overactive Bladder
If medications and injections don’t work for you, other minimally invasive therapies are available.
SURGICAL OPTIONS For Overactive Bladder
For conditions that aren’t responding well to other forms of treatment, surgery may be a good option.
Sacral Neuromodulation For Overactive Bladder
Sacral Neuromodulation, or SNM is a simple procedure you can have done at your doctor’s office to treat OAB. Learn more about SNM in this short video.