Talking to Your Doctor About Overactive Bladder

8 important things to keep in mind at your next appointment (8 Photos)

iVillage on Feb 10, 2011 at 2:48PM

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Talking to Your Doctor About Overactive Bladder

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Don't Take Your Symptoms For Granted

Women are more likely than men to presume that their symptoms are normal, especially after giving birth or as they get older. Plus, dealing with overactive bladder may seem like less of a problem to a woman, who’s used to wearing pads during her period. But OAB is totally treatable, so don’t hesitate to let your doctor know what’s going on. He or she will be able to figure out if you do indeed have OAB, and what treatments will be best for you.

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