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OAB's psychological toll highlighted

About 16% to 17.5% of the population lives with overactive bladder (OAB), enduring urinary urgency, frequency and incontinence. Unsurprisingly, OAB can undermine quality of life (QoL), work productivity and mental health. Now, a study that enrolled nine men and 32 women from the North of England has suggested that OAB still disrupts QoL and psychological wellbeing even after treatment.

Acute diarrhoea

Diarrhoea is fairly complex in both its causation and definition. It is best defined medically in terms of frequency, consistency and either weight or volume within a 24-hour period: greater than three times per day and weighing more than 200g. However, p

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