Overactive Bladder is Common and Treatable

Overactive bladder (OAB) is a common condition with symptoms that include urinary urgency, frequency and possibly urinary leakage. More than 40 percent of women have OAB, but many do not seek help due to embarrassment.

Dr. Vanessa Elliott of Urology of Central Pennylvania is a board-certified urologist and is fellowship trained in female urology and voiding dysfunction. Learn from Dr. Elliott as she shares an overview of overactive bladder, how often she sees patients with OAB and what people with OAB can do to help alleviate symptoms.

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