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Botox for Overactive Bladder: Can Botox Really Help With OAB?

Botox for OAB

For many people, overactive bladder is more than embarrassing, it’s life-altering. Waking up several times to urinate leads to poor sleep quality, and having to find a toilet throughout the day will certainly interfere with your schedule. Perhaps the worst symptom is the inability to control when you go, which will make you even more anxious, uncomfortable, and fearful. In order to control the sudden urge to urinate, you need to target the muscles and nerves...

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