Overactive Bladder – Females

Overactive Bladder – Females

Overactive bladder happens mostly in women but may occur in men. Aging, an enlarged prostate, and diabetes are all risk factors.
The urge to urinate may be difficult to control and lead to the involuntary loss of urine (incontinence). It may be embarrassing or limit activity.
Treatments such as pelvic floor muscle exercises, medications, and nerve stimulation can reduce or eliminate symptoms.
Clinical Research Associates of Tidewater is conducting an investigational medication research study in women who have overactive bladder symptoms. 
Financial compensation is provided for those who are eligible and participate in the study

Take the next step, call us at (757) 627-6798 , and ask for Study Recruitment, better yet, fill out the brief form below and we will contact you, to see if you qualify for a promising Clinical Research Study at Clinical Research Associates of Tidewater!