Does just one leakage episode feel like one too may?
BOTOX® is just one conversation away
If your current Overactive Bladder (OAB) treatment isn’t working or you can’t tolerate, ask your doctor if BOTOX® can help reduce unwanted leakage interruptions.
Botox® is different from other treatments
Botox® is placed in the bladder muscle about every 6 months to target the source of your OAB
In your body, certain chemicals travel from nerve cells to muscle cells to make your bladder contract so that you can urinate.
For people who have OAB, these muscles contract uncontrollably, creating leakage, the strong sudden need to go, and going to often.
BOTOX® is placed directly in the bladder muscle, where it helps block the nerve signals that trigger OAB.