Experience Life without Overactive Bladder
Bladder BOTOX® to Treat OAB
Free Yourself From OAB Medication
If your current Overactive Bladder (OAB) treatment isn’t working or you can’t tolerate it, we recommend BOTOX.
Say Goodbye to Leakage Episodes
If you experience any of the following, it may be time to think about having a Bladder BOTOX procedure.
Have Any Questions?
Please review our frequently asked questions below for answers to patients' questions about Bladder BOTOX. Should you have additional questions, please contact us or bring a list to your appointment.
Prior to the day of treatment, your doctor will prescribe an antibiotic to decrease your chances of getting a UTI. On treatment day, your doctor will fill your bladder with a numbing agent to increase your comfort during treatment. Once your bladder is numb, your doctor inserts a cystoscope through your urethra and injects BOTOX into specific areas of your bladder muscle.
You shouldn’t experience significant pain after the treatment, although it may sting or burn when you urinate the first few times.
Common side effects after Bladder BOTOX include UTI, painful or difficult urination, or the inability to empty your bladder fully. Contact your doctor if any of these side effects persist.
The procedure is done in our office, saving you from hospital charges.
The entire process takes about 1 hour. This allows 20 minutes to prep, 10 minutes to administer BOTOX, and 30 minutes for evaluation after the procedure.
You may begin to experience fewer daily leakage episodes in as little as 2 weeks, but you should see full results by Week 12.
Most insurance plans should cover this procedure.
Bladder BOTOX works for up to 6 months.
Re-treatment is about twice a year and is extremely effective.
BOTOX is Different From Other Treatments
BOTOX targets the source of your OAB— your bladder. BOTOX is injected into specific areas of your bladder muscle to block signals that trigger OAB.
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