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Overcoming an overactive bladder

An overactive bladder (also known as urge incontinence) causes a sudden urge to urinate, even when the bladder isn't full. Treatment includes Kegel exercises and vaginal estrogen creams for women, and medications and Botox injections for men and women.

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