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  1. Is your bladder problem OAB? 1
    Is your bladder problem OAB? 1
  2. Try self help 2
    Try self help 2
  3. Talk to your doctor 3
    Talk to your doctor 3
  4. Review the outcome of your doctor's appointment 4
    Review the outcome of your doctor's appointment 4
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7 million of whom have overactive bladder (OAB).2 This is characterised by the urgent and frequent need to go to the toilet. If you’re finding it difficult to manage your bladder problem, the good news is that four simple steps can help you find ways to control and/or treat it.

With the four steps above, you can identify and assess what your bladder problem may be, read our useful advice on self-help tips that you can adopt at home, prepare yourself for getting the most out of your appointment with your doctor and find out about how to keep track of your progress in the long term. Start at step 1 to identify what type of bladder problem you may have.