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In the journals: EBotox as effective as oral medication for overactive bladder

Botox injections work just as well as oral anticholinergic medicines in reducing urge incontinence, although side effects of the two treatments can differ. This study suggests that Botox might be a first-line treatment option for incontinence.

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