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As a source of information and support, your doctor is the best person to discuss your bladder concerns with. Here, medical expert – Dr Samantha Pillay from Continence Matters in Adelaide answers common questions about OAB. Developed for HOLD ON Australia.

Q1 What is OAB?

Q2 What are the symptoms?

Q3 How common is OAB in Australia?

Q4 What should I do if I have OAB symptoms?

Q5 How is OAB diagnosed?

Q6 What should I expect from my first consultation?

Q7 How does OAB affect your patients?

Q8 What treatment options are available?

Q9 What should I expect from treatment?

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