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Doctor Preparation for Overactive Bladder Patients

Caroline Rhea and Dr. Elizabeth R. Mueller speak about the steps Doctors can take to identify and help OAB patients.

OAB and IC, BPS Resource Center

AUA IC/BPS guideline update highlights new dataThe AUA has updated its guideline on interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome, with changes primarily focusing on aspects of treatment for a condition that affects three to eight million women and one to four million men in the United States.
OAB patients benefit consistently from repeat onabotARepeated injections of onabotulinumtoxinA (onabotA [Botox]), 100 U, continue to provide benefit in patients with overactive bladder syndrome and urinary incontinence and without any new safety concerns, according to results of a pre-specified interim analysis in an open-label, 3-year extension study.
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