BLADDER: CAUSES, SYMPTOMS AND FORMS OF TREATMENT - GENERAL CLINIC

What causes and how to treat overactive bladder



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The bladder, or overactive bladder, is a type of urinary incontinence, in which the person has a sudden and urgent urge to urinate, which is often difficult to control. To treat this change, there are techniques of physical therapy and electrostimulation, in addition to medications such as oxybutynin, tolterodine and darifenacin, for example, to help recover contraction of the bladder muscle, which are prescribed by the general practitioner or urologist