I remember my overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms starting about three or four years ago. Whenever I would sneeze or cough, I'd urinate a little bit. Then it started to become pretty frequent, which was frustrating, but not yet to the point where it was disrupting my life.
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For women living with bladder challenges like overactive bladder (OAB), the quarantine may be more familiar than for the rest of us.
It can be embarrassing, but it’s important to tell your health care provider if you have symptoms of overactive bladder and if they’re disturbing your quality of life.
It’s something no one really wants to speak about. But it’s happening to a lot of us. What you need to know about light bladder leakage.
If your bladder starts to misbehave, causing you to pee frequently, you may have overactive bladder. Find out how you will know for sure and what can you do about it.