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when will my overactive bladder medicine start to work?

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Dr. Roscoe Nelson
Urology 28 years experience
2 weeks to 6 months: Depending on the med in can take longer than just a few weeks. Most meds show improvement at 2 weeks but go on to be doing a better job and helping more people by 3 months. Give it at least 3 months befor you call it a failure.
Dr. Mohamed Akl
Urogynecology 20 years experience
2 weeks: Some times it takes 2 weeks for an overactive bladder medication to work or kick in.

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