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GET ACTIVE

Encourage others to start talking and gain control of their bladder health!  We've made it simple for you to share National Bladder Health Week news, resources, tips and tools with your friends, family and healthcare providers.  We have a variety of  simple activities you can choose from to promote awareness of bladder health.  They are cut and paste one of the sample newsletter or emails below.

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NAFC is a non-profit offering resources for people struggling with incontinence, adult bedwetting, OAB, SUI, nocturia, neurogenic bladder, and pelvic floor disorders like prolapse. 

OAB RESOURCE CENTER

Check out NAFC's OAB Resource Center to watch videos, download tools, find new treatments, and read stories and articles about how to manage the symptoms of Overactive Bladder.

The OAB Resource Center

Overactive Bladder (OAB) affects roughly 33 million Americans. And while not life-threatening, it can be life-altering. It's symptoms include a frequent and urgent need to use the restroom, waking up several times at night to urinate, and sometimes leakage. It is most common in women, but OAB can also affect men. The good news is that it can be treated, and The National Association For Continence is here to help. We've assembled an arsenal of education, tools, and guides to help you navigate this condition and your treatment path. Check out all the great information below - and check back often. We're continually updating this page with new resources and education.

 
 
 

Videos

Education. Tips. New treatment options. Learn more about Overactive Bladder and what you can do to manage it.

Guides

Learn how to talk to your doctor, learn about bladder retraining for OAB, and track your bladder habits with these useful OAB downloadable resources.

Tools

Use the NAFC OAB Treatment Tracker to learn more about your treatment wishes, and discover new options you may not have ben aware of.

Blogs

Hear education and advice from our experts, and from real people struggling with OAB and incontinence. Pulled straight from the NAFC BHealth Blog.