If you or someone you know suffers from OAB
you’re not alone. More than 33 million Americans suffer
from OAB making it more common than diabetes and asthma alone. OAB
can force patients to limit their participation in physical and
social activities, leaving sufferers feeling frustrated, anxious,
embarrassed and sleep deprived. Behavioral
and/or medication therapies have helped many patients improve
their bladder control.
Anticholinergic medications (medications
used to treat OAB) can produce unwanted side effects, such as dry mouth,
drowsiness and constipation.
Side effects are a common reason why many patients discontinue their therapy. OXYTROL offers OAB
patients continuos bladder control with a low incidence of drying side effects, such as dry
mouth and constipation.
The following are inspiring stories from individuals with OAB that have found hope with OXYTROL.