The latest in Amniotic Fluid Technology for Overactive Bladder (OAB).
Overactive bladder is a condition in which the bladder squeezes urine out at the wrong time. You may have overactive bladder if you have two or more of these symptoms:
- You urinate eight or more times a day or two or more times at night.
- You have the sudden, strong need to urinate immediately.
As many as 40 percent of women in the United States live with OAB symptoms. Many people living with OAB do not ask for help. They may feel embarrassed, do not know how to talk with their health care provider about their symptoms, or they are not aware of the new treatment options can help.
Cost effective AmDrop™ Regenerative Therapy now offers AOB sufferers the latest breakthrough treatment option available today. Asking your health care provider how AmDrop™ can help you!
How OAB Can Affect Your Life
OAB can get in the way of your work, social life, exercise and sleep. Without treatment, OAB symptoms can make it hard to get through the day without many trips to the bathroom.
You may not want to go out with friends or go far from home because you’re afraid of being far from a bathroom. This makes many people feel lonely and isolated.
OAB may affect relationships with friends and family. It can disrupt your sleep and sex-life. Too little sleep will leave anyone tired and depressed. In addition, if you leak urine, skin problems or infections can ensue.
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”The product has worked tremendously for my overactive bladder patients and I am going to use it for my Lichen Schlerosis patients also.
Red Alinsod, MD
If you have an overactive bladder (OAB), it may feel like your condition controls your life. But it does not have to.
Simple changes to your daily routine can help you manage OAB symptoms:
1- Kegel exercises.
Over time, these help strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. They also build up the muscle that controls the flow of urine from your body. When it works like it should, it helps you to hold your urine until you can get to the bathroom. When it does not, you have leaks. To do Kegels, pretend you are going to pee, then squeeze the muscles you’d use to stop it. You will have to do them a few times a day for 6 to 8 weeks before you see a change in your OAB symptoms.
2- Train your bladder.
This works a lot like Kegels. Hold your pee when you feel like you need to go. It is easier if you do it while sitting down. Sit still and squeeze your pelvic floor muscles several times in a row. When the urge to pee passes, walk slowly to the bathroom. Be patient. It may take up to 8 weeks to see results.
3- Watch what you eat and drink.
Ask your doctor if you should limit how much you drink at certain times of the day. He might also tell you to avoid coffee, tea, alcohol, sodas, and juices. Ditto for fruits like oranges and grapefruit, and spicy foods. All of them can make your OAB symptoms worse.
4- Keep your weight down.
Exercise and weight loss can improve urinary incontinence and OAB symptoms. It will ease the stress on your bladder and lead to fewer accidents.
5- Double void.
This means you pee, wait a few minutes, and then go again. It’ll help make sure your bladder’s empty. That way, you can avoid a quick trip back to the bathroom.
5- Set a schedule.
If you can, try to space out your bathroom visits. Aim for every 2 to 4 hours. This way, you train yourself to pee at the same times every day.
7- Smoking Cessation.
Cigarette smoke irritates your bladder. It can also cause a hacking cough, which could trigger leaks.
8- Pharmaceutical Options.
There are certain drugs that are commonly prescribed by Doctors to relax the bladder muscle, increase urine storage and control bladder muscle spasms. These drugs work by blocking nerve signals in your brain, although not without noted potential serious side effects like vomiting and blurred vision. Botox injections: OnabotulinumtoxinA (Botox) can be employed as a treatment option as it blocks nerve activity in the muscles of the bladder, so it relaxes. However, Botox has a long history of potential serious effects as well.