Angela Finlay is a freelance writer and blogger committed to sharing matters that affect health and wellbeing. From fitness and motivation to medical ailments and psychological hurdles, she has covered a range of health and lifestyle topics through her web writing career.
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From fitness and lifestyle to pregnancy and medical ailments, she has covered a range of health topics throughout her web writing career, contributing to major websites for over three years.
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If bladder training, adjusting fluid intake, and creating a bathroom schedule aren’t bringing relief, it may be time to try overactive bladder medications.
Overactive bladder can bring on a number of discomforts that interfere with every aspect of your life, and fatigue can be easily overlooked.
Botox for overactive bladder has been shown to have wonderful effects for a variety of patients and has shown few negative side effects.
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Thanksgiving with overactive bladder can be a bit challenging, but that doesn't mean you can't have a great holiday. Try these tips.
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