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Can overactive bladder be cured if your very young?

Yes. This can usually be helped. If your gynecologist or urologist cannot help you after several visits, consider seeking the help of a BOARD-CERTIFIED UROGYNECOLOGIST. Read more...
Overactive bladder. Yes. It begins with behavior modification and diet. Watch what you drink and how much and when. Stop fluid intake at 6 or 7 pm. Limit caffeine intake. . Read more...

What is an overactive bladder and what is the cure I'm convinced I have one?

OAB. Overactive bladder is urologic condition characterized by urgency & nocturea & incontinence. More common with advanced age. Read more...
Uncontrolled urine. Over active bladder is a condition in which there is a sudden urge to urinate and you cannot postpone it, you run to bath room and many times urine starts coming out before you have a chance to undress yourself. It is due to sudden contraction of bladder muscles.Diagnosis is confirmed with urodynamics tests.There are many drugs to control it, choice of Botox bladder injections or intertim.Zk. Read more...

Is there a cure for overactive bladder?

No. There are treatments but not really a cure. It is a condition that comes and goes and many treatments are available such as medications, injections, feedback therapy, and infusions. Read more...
Treatable. Overactive bladder cannot usually be cured but the symptoms can often be controlled by medication and other methods. Dietary measures such as decreasing acid and caffeine sometimes helps. There can be underlying causes which if addressed can help. A visit to a urologist will be helpful. Read more...

I want to know what's the cure for an overactive bladder?

OAB. There are several things including behavioral modification, control of fluid intake, avoiding spicy foods, caffeinated drinks, sodas, and ultimately medication. Read more...
OAB. Overactive bladder is generally not treated with surgery but instead is more of a nerve issue so modulating the nerves that control bladder function is how we treat OAB. This could be medications, nerve stimulation or Botox or some combination of these. Initial treatment voiding on a schedule only when you say to go and not giving in to abnormal urges (bladder training). Read more...

What is the cause of a sudden overactive bladder (had it since 2007) and how can I cure it? How exactly does a doctor diagnose this condition?

See a urologist. Oab is diagnosed by history, urinalysis, and urodynamic testing done by a urologist. There are several treatments for this condition to include oral meds, behavioral therapy, nerve stimulators, and recently Botox bladder injections have been approved for use in oab. There however is no real cure. Read more...