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OAB Embarrassment: How to Avoid Embarrassment With OAB

Embarrassment

You may feel alone when it comes to having overactive bladder.  The thing is, many people have problems with OAB.  It is much more common than you think.  Like you, many folks do not let anyone know that they have the problem and try to hide it.  And if you are one that frequently visits the restroom, it can be nearly debilitating for you.  You cannot enjoy a night out with friends because you spend half...

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