Have you tried Botox, Interstim, UrgentPC, or NURO System to treat your Overactive Bladder Symptoms? Are you currently being treated for OAB by a Urogynecologist, a Gynecologist or an OBGYN? Sign up to participate in a paid survey!
Have You Ever Received Treatment For Overactive Bladder? You may be eligible to participate in a paid survey with one of our partners!
At NAFC, we are always striving to learn more about different treatment options. We have partnered with a manufacturer of a medication to treat Overactive Bladder (OAB) who is interested in learning more about OAB patients and their experiences with OAB through an online survey. OAB is a condition that affects millions of people, and symptoms include an urgent or frequent need to use the bathroom.
We're looking for:
1. Women who have tried in the past, or are currently using Botox, Interstim, UrgentPC or NURO System to treat symptoms of Overactive Bladder.
2. Women who currently see a Gynecologist, OBGYN or Uro-Gynecologist to treat symptoms of Overactive Bladder irrespective of what treatments you may have tried.
If you answered yes to either of the above questions and are interested in participating in a survey about your experience, please contact us using the form below. You will receive an invitation for the online survey to see if you qualify.
If eligible for the survey, you will be paid for your time upon completion.
Please complete the form below
Please note that your name and email address will only be provided to the research company for the purpose of sending you the invitation for the online survey. Your name and email will never be shared with the drug manufacturer directly or any other 3rd party. The purpose of this online marketing research survey is to gather data from participants to use in uncovering insights of relevance to our clients. All information or data you choose to share during the course of this survey is done so voluntarily on your part and will be kept strictly confidential and used for marketing research purposes only. Survey results are reported in aggregate, and your responses to our survey questions will never be associated with your name.