Menopause and Overactive Bladder: Yes, They're Connected

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Menopause and Overactive Bladder: Yes, They're Connected

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What is the connection between menopause and overactive bladder? Find out how OAB can be caused by menopause and how to treat the problem at Caring.com.

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Tags: Menopause, Urinary System, Overactive Bladder, Women's Health, Bladder Dysfunction

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