This book describes the Overactive Bladder, Diagnosis, Treatment and Related Conditions.
An overactive bladder is present if the person:
Urinates more often
Loses bladder control
Causes of OAB are:
Weak bladder outlet sphincter
Weak Pelvic Floor muscle
Treatment is by:
Sacral nerve stimulation
CAM Labs contains summaries of the published research on medical lab tests, primarily from PubMed trials. Each chapter (disease) begins with a brief summary of conventional lab tests, followed by additional lab tests, endocrine hormones, environmental medicine and nutrition.
“My Journey to a Better Bladder” is the very personal account of my struggle with prolapsed bladder accompanied by intensity, frequency, and incontinence all related to urinary urges. And how, without surgery or long-term medicine, I fixed it for good.