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What foods can I eat to help reduce overactive bladder symptoms?

Donna Hill Howes, RN
Family Medicine
There is no special diet to manage or control overactive bladder symptoms, but you should include more fiber in your diet. When you eat more fiber, you reduce constipation, a risk factor for bladder problems. Adding more fiber to your diet also helps you maintain your weight.

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