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Why do women discontinue overactive bladder treatment?

Donna Hill Howes, RN
Family Medicine
According to recent research, 60 percent of women say they are more comfortable talking to their doctor about menopause than overactive bladder. The majority (74 percent) of them wait longer than they should to seek help for their overactive bladder symptoms. When they seek help, they tend to stop treatment because they are not satisfied with the outcome.

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