By: Urology Care Foundation | Posted on: 13 May 2020
The Urology Care Foundation has released six podcast episodes about Overactive Bladder (OAB). This special podcast series is part of the Urology Care Podcast and focuses on OAB awareness.
A strong urge, or "that "gotta go" feeling, is one of the main signs that you may be living with OAB. As you'll learn in this podcast series, treatments are available and your doctor can help.
These patient resources have been provided through the generous support of Astellas. Episodes in the OAB Podcast Series, include:
Episode 131: Talking About Overactive Bladder (OAB)
This episode of the podcast series discusses the act of talking about overactive bladder with your doctor.
Episode 126: Taking Control of Overactive Bladder (OAB)
OAB affects millions of people, and their quality of life. This episode is about taking control if you are struggling with OAB symptoms.
Episode 122: Living with Overactive Bladder (OAB)
Two OAB patients talk about overcoming this condition, and taking back their lives, on this episode of the OAB podcast series.
Episode 118: Get the Facts about Overactive Bladder (OAB)
What exactly is overactive bladder? What are the symptoms? How do you treat OAB? Dr. Lisa Hawes explains some basic OAB facts on this podcast episode.
Episode 107: A Patient's Guide to Overactive Bladder (OAB)
You may be struggling with urinary symptoms and think OAB is the cause. Or, your health care provider may have already told you that you have OAB. Either option, this podcast will give you the information to help you understand and better manage your condition.
Capítulo 108: Guía para el paciente sobre la vejiga hiperactiva
En este episodio del Podcast de Urology Care Foundation se habla acerca de la vejiga hiperactiva. Este podcast ofrece información sobre cómo manejar el síndrome de la vejiga hiperactiva. Este es el nombre que se da a una serie de problemas de la vejiga.
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