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Bladder problems are more common than you think!
Lack of bladder control is a common health problem for many people at different times in their lives, with more than four million Australians experiencing bladder control problems.Regain control today
One of the most common types of bladder problems is urge incontinence or overactive bladder (commonly referred to as OAB), a condition where the bladder contracts suddenly without you having control and when the bladder is not full. OAB can affect anyone, but is more common in women and increases prevalence with increasing age.Regain control today
If you think you may have OAB, please see the symptom checker in preparation for your appointment with your General Practitioner (GP). This could also be a useful way to bring up the discussion about your symptoms particularly if you are nervous or embarrassed.Start
Time for an OAB Specialist?
Our database consists of doctors who have identified themselves as physicians who diagnose and manage bladder disorders like overactive bladder. You will need to obtain a referral from your GP to see one of these Urologists, Urogynaecologists or Gynaecologists. Simply fill the form below and we’ll email a list of specialists in your local area for you to contact.