DO YOU SUFFER FROM

OVERACTIVE BLADDER?

Work with a recognized bladder specialist for a personalized treatment plan that can help bring lasting relief

About Overactive Bladder

Despite the health risks and emotional turmoil of OAB symptoms, patients don't seek proper treatment. Only 1 in every 12 people with OAB seek help in treating their condition. 

Restore My Control recognized specialists are physicians with ADVANCED TRAINING who develop PERSONALIZED TREATMENT PLANS that can help you restore bladder control.

Does this sound familiar?



"I have to use pads or adult diapers."




"I have to go at least seven times a day!"



"I have to pay close attention to how much I drink."



"I have to go at least seven times a day!"



"I get the urge to go now ALL THE TIME."



"I have to use pads or adult diapers."




"I always have to stay close to a bathroom."



How do you manage your OAB?

1st Line Treatments

2nd Line Treatments

3rd Line Treatments

Medications

Advanced Treatments

Lifestyle Modifications

Overactive bladder medications work by targeting nerve signals to the bladder to block or help control muscle contractions. Most patients stop at this step in their care path, thinking it is their only option. 1

When pharmacologic and behavioral therapies fail, treatments may be suggested; ranging from minimally invasive to surgical procedures such as sacral neuromodulation, tibial nerve stimulation, or bladder surgeries.

Natural, non-invasive, non-medication treatments that focus mainly on lifestyle and behavior modification. These treatments can include bladder training, pelvic floor muscle training, and fluid intake management.

1. Stewart WF, Van Rooyen JB, Cundiff GW, et al. Prevalence and burden of overactive bladder in the United States. World J Urol. 2003;20(6):327-336.

We have helped

34,350 people

Learn more about their options for advanced OAB relief.

There's hope for overactive bladder!

TESTIMONIAL

I’m more normal now. I don’t have to worry about the odor or packing extra pads. I have a regular life. I run 5K’s, I travel, I visit my daughter, I don’t have that embarrassment of needing to go to the bathroom or needing to sit at the table closest to the restroom.  

Carolyn H.

Don't ignore an

OVERACTIVE BLADDER!

54

%

loss of confidence

49

%

loss of

self -esteem

45

%

loss of intimacy

Don't settle for a life controlled by OAB

ADULTS EXPERIENCE OVERACTIVE BLADDER SYMPTOMS AND BELIEVE OAB IS A NATURAL PART OF AGING

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IN

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PERSONALIZED           TREATMENT

that works for your condition

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Find out if you have more options for relief in just 2 minutes!

1. Stewart WF, et al. Prevalence and burden of overactive bladder in the United States. World J Urol. 2003 May;20(6):327-336. 


2. Leede Research, “Views on OAB: A Study for the National Association of Continence.” December 16, 2015.

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