SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (Mass Appeal) – Millions of Americans suffer from overactive bladders, but there are treatment options available to help. Dr. Jonathan Starkman, a Urologist and Partner at Pioneer Valley Urology, shared more about overactive bladders and how Pioneer Valley Urology, P.C. can help.
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Overactive bladder (OAB) is a condition in which people have a sudden, urgent need to urinate. Some people may lose bladder control before reaching a toilet and leak urine.
OAB is very common. It is often not diagnosed and treated because people do not tell their physicians about their symptoms or seek treatment. In the United States, approximately 33 million adults have OAB.
The standard treatment for OAB is behavioral therapy and/or pharmacotherapy.
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