Overactive bladder reduces quality of life, increases medical problems

06/13/2008 | Reuters

Rates of diabetes, asthma, certain cancers and other conditions are higher in men and women with overactive bladders than in people without overactive bladders, a study in the journal BJU International found. Having an overactive bladder also seems to affect work productivity and emotional well-being, according to the study.

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