Before medications, your doctor might suggest *these* changes first.
These options can be life-changing, but not all people with OAB need them.
These can help with lifestyle tweaks alone aren’t enough.
“I’m so relaxed right now.” —your bladder muscles on Botox
Leak a little pee when you cough, run, or sneeze? Here’s what to do about it.
OAB can be treated—and there are plenty of doctors ready to help.
Both can cause a need to pee, but they’re very different conditions.
Is your urge to pee trumping your urge for sex? Here’s what to do about it.
If your cranky bladder is keeping you up at night, try these urogynecologist-approved tricks.
Your day-to-day habits play a big role in treating incontinence.
Don’t let your pelvic floor exercise efforts go to waste.
“If you don’t use it, you lose it.”
Most people think this helps their need to pee. It doesn’t.
Always gotta go? Here’s how to tell if it’s OAB.
It’s not just needing to pee all the time.