Where are you in the Care Pathway?
At Restore My Control we believe that finding successful overactive bladder treatments shouldn't be a difficult process. Understanding where you are in the patient care pathway is essential to finding solutions for your condition.
1st Line Treatments
1st Line Treatments are a combination of educational and behavioral therapies. These may include, among other things, bladder training, pelvic floor muscle training, fluid management, and weight loss.
2nd Line Treatments
Medication (4-8 weeks)
2nd Line Treatments primarily prescribe medications that work by targeting nerve signals to the bladder to block or help control muscle contractions.
3rd Line Treatments
3rd line treatments should be used in cases where lifestyle modifications and medication have failed and OAB symptoms have not improved. You will need a specialist to prescribe these advanced treatments.
- Overactive Bladder Treatment & Management. (2015, October). Retrieved September 13, 2016, from http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/459340-treatment#d1