OAB 8-Question Screener
Click here for your free copy of the Overactive Bladder Validated 8-Question Screener. It’s a great tool to help evaluate just how severe your symptoms are. Your answers to these questions can help your doctor provide an accurate diagnosis and determine the best treatment options available to you. Fill it out and take it with you to your next doctor appointment.
OAB Care Pathway
Click here for your free copy of the NAFC Overactive Bladder Care Pathway. You’ll discover that there are a several ways to treat OAB, and just because one doesn't work for you, it doesn't mean it's the end of the line. With the Care Pathway, you’ll be able to see the many treatment options available to you!
A Step-by-Step Guide to Starting Treatment
Finding the right incontinence treatment can be difficult, but did you know there are things you can do to improve your symptoms before you even visit your doctor? Click here for your free copy of our Step-By-Step Guide - it offers an easy-to-understand overview of your treatment options.
Talking With Your Doctor About OAB
Click here for your free brochure, It’s Time To Go… Talking to Your Doctor About Overactive Bladder. It’s a detailed overview of the condition and includes important questions to ask your doctor to make sure you receive the treatment you deserve.
Bladder Retraining Tips
Click here for your free guide on bladder retraining. While most people likely don't think of the bladder as a muscle, it is. And just like any muscle, it’s possible to train it to become stronger. In fact, retraining can help you condition your bladder to hold more fluid for longer periods of time. This guide walks you through a simple, 6-week retraining process that you can do at home on your own.
National Association for Continence is a national, private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization dedicated to improving the quality of life of people with #incontinence, #bladderleakage, bedwetting, OAB, SUI, nocturia, neurogenic bladder, pelvic organ prolapse, and pelvic floor disorders. NAFC's purpose is to be the leading source for public education and advocacy about the causes, prevention, diagnosis, treatments and management alternatives for incontinence.