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more active than normal


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Hawes in Chesapeake Urology's video on overactive bladder and the treatment options available to patients - http://tinyurl.
In the short time that I've received this therapy, my overactive bladder and retention issues have dramatically improved.
provides an important treatment alternative delivering both a new mode of action and targeted method of administration for the management of OAB," said Professor Christopher Chapple, Urology Department, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and a key investigator in the overactive bladder registration trials.
Overactive bladder significantly affects quality of life.
Researchers then tested the bladders from the integrin knockout mice and found that their bladders were constantly squeezing and very overactive.
The FDA said Oxytrol was a safe and effective treatment for overactive bladder.
7 million American adults have overactive bladder, and 3.
An overactive bladder is caused by unwanted contraction of bladder muscles and Botox works by blocking nerve impulses to any muscles that have been injected- in this case bladder muscle- this causes the muscle to stop contracting, " HMC specialist urologist Dr Ardalan Abdolghafor Ghafouri explained.
The objective was to compare the nighttime bladder symptoms between 10 people with overactive bladder (OAB), 10 people with insomnia, and 5 control patients with neither condition.
Tokyo, Japan, June 7, 2006 - (JCN) - Pfizer Japan announced on June 6 that it will launch Detrusitol Capsule 2mg/4mg (tolterodine tartrate), its proprietary agent for treating overactive bladder (OAB), on June 8.
Parkinson's patients showed an overactive pattern of metabolism in several brain regions related to motor function.
existing therapies for managing the symptoms of overactive bladder.
Only the overactive imagination of Helen "Bridget Jones" Fielding could have produced such a character.
Oliver Joules and the Overactive Imagination' combines the everyday female concerns that made Bridget Jones so successful with a witty look at the world of spies and the problems that it can cause a girl about town.
According to a survey conducted for the National Association for Continence (NAFC), there is a considerable lack of communication between patients and their health care providers concerning overactive bladders.