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Bladder Training

This is normally one of the first steps in treating overactive bladder (OAB). Bladder training helps the bladder to re-learn normal voiding patterns.instead of going whenever you feel the urge to urinate you learn to control the urge to go. By at first waiting a just few minutes before voiding and then gradually increasing the waiting time until normal voiding is achieved

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Pelvic floor exercises

Just as you exercise to strengthen the muscles in your arms, abdomen and other parts of your body you can exercise the group of muscles that control the bladder these muscles are commonly known as the the pelvic floor.
During pelvic floor exercise you learn to hold and relax the muscles that you use to start and stop urination.Using a special form of training known as biofeedback can help in locating the right muscles to exercise.

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Biofeedback

Using a special form of training known as biofeedback can help in locating the right muscles to exercise.

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Medication

In people with an overactive bladder,muscles in the bladder wall contract at the wrong time .A group of drugs called anticholinergics combat this problem by dampening down the nerve signals to the bladder