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OAB Botox Treatment

OAB (Overactive Bladder) is actually a chronic condition that can be treated. If your current Overactive Bladder (OAB) treatment isn’t working or you can’t tolerate it, let’s see if BOTOX® can help reduce unwanted leakage interruptions.

Does this sound like you?

  • Using multiple leakage pads per day
  • Not doing things you like because of fear of leakage
  • Planning your travel around bathroom locations
  • Worrying about your problem every day

BOTOX® is different from other treatments

  • BOTOX® is placed locally at the source of your OAB
  • In your body, certain chemicals travel from nerve cells to muscle cells to make your bladder contract so that you can urinate
  • For people who have OAB, these muscles contract uncontrollably, creating leakage, the strong sudden need to go, and going too often
  • BOTOX® is placed directly in the bladder muscle about every 6 months, where it helps block the nerve signals that trigger OAB
  • BOTOX® does not require surgery or weekly visits to the doctor for treatment
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