Many changes occur as we age. Hair becomes gray, skin becomes looser, and it seems we frequent the bathroom much more often. Although a leaky, overactive bladder is commonly associated with aging, you don’t have to succumb to your aging bladder.

An overactive bladder (OAB) occurs when there is a problem with the bladder’s ability to store urine. In turn, a person with OAB will frequently go to the bathroom because they have a continuous urge to urinate. Worse yet, OAB can even result in incontinence – or an involuntary release of urine. This can be quite embarrassing and even prevent someone with OAB from attending social functions or leaving the house.


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