How many times do you go to the bathroom each day, and night?
8, 10, 12, 14...?
If you go to the bathroom very often you may have a condition called Overactive Bladder (OAB) (also known as urge incontinence).
OAB can cause sudden and frequent urges to urinate.
Many people have Overactive Bladder but don't know they can do anything about it.
You may qualify to participate in a research study at Boston Clinical Trials with new investigational medication for Overactive Bladder.
Compensation for participation.
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The symptoms of overactive bladder occur when the muscles of the bladder involuntarily
contract. These contractions create a sudden and unstoppable need to urinate (urinary urgency),
even though the bladder may only contain a small amount of urine.
Overactive bladder is especially common in older adults, and tends to affect women more than men.
Research estimates that approximately 8% of the population suffers from Overactive Bladder
Symptoms of OAB may include the following:
|⚫ Loss of urine without meaning to urinate
||⚫ Feel strong sudden urges to urinate
|⚫ Frequent urination, usually eight or more times in a day
||⚫ Wake in the middle of the night to urinate