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The 7 Hidden Dangers of Overactive Bladder

Having an overactive bladder (OAB), also called urge incontinence (UI), poses several challenges and potential dangers. Here are seven of the most common dangers associated with overactive bladder.

Nightly Echoes- Nocturia

In the stillness of night, the world seems to pause, allowing our bodies and minds a chance to recuperate. Nighttime, for many, is a symbol of serenity and restoration. However, for a significant segment of the population, the silence of the night is punctuated by frequent trips to the bathroom. This often overlooked and misunderstood condition is nocturia.

Sacral Neuromodulation

Sacral neuromodulation (SNM) is a minimally invasive procedure that involves the implantation of a device that delivers electrical stimulation to the sacral nerves. SNM is a reversible and adjustable treatment option that offers long-term symptom relief for patients who have not responded to other forms of therapy.

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Have you been experiencing sudden urges to go to the bathroom, frequent urination, or waking up multiple times at night? You’re not alone. Overactive bladder (OAB) affects over 50 million adults, yet only half of those with severe symptoms seek treatment. Those who do seek treatment are often prescribed medication, but unfortunately, 80% of people stop taking them due to ineffective results or side effects.

But you don’t have to suffer in silence. Schedule a free consultation with us today and discover what options are available to help you find relief.