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It's time to regain control of your bladder!

Overactive Bladder Treatment

Are your bladder accidents disrupting you from living a normal life? You may be suffering with urinary incontinence, overactive bladder, or urinary retention if you are experiencing the following symptoms:

  • Sudden, strong urges to urinate or pass stool and are unable to control it
  • Go to the restroom eight or more times a day
  • Experience bladder leaks
  • Trouble urinating

What is Overactive Bladder (OAB)?

Overactive bladder — which your doctor may refer to as “OAB” — is an umbrella term that includes the frequent and urgent need to empty your bladder. One of the most common symptoms of overactive bladder is a sudden urge to urinate, resulting in unintentional urine loss.

What Is Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence is the inability to control when the bladder releases urine.

What is Urinary Retention?

Urinary retention is the inability to empty the bladder. People with this condition are unable to urinate or they feel frequent urges but only urinate small amounts.

There is a solution for you

Lori M. Dulabon, D.O.If you are suffering with symptoms of urinary incontinence, overactive bladder or urinary retention, you no longer need to suffer in silence. The good news is that there are treatment options for controlling your symptoms. Axonics Therapy is an advanced treatment option that may be right for you.

Lori M. Dulabon, D.O., urologist at LECOM Health Millcreek Surgical Specialists and Corry Memorial Hospital Rural Health Clinic, has partnered with Axonics Inc. to offer Axonics Therapy.

“As a board-certified urologist, I enjoy caring for adult patients with various urologic concerns,” said Dr. Dulabon. “These include kidney stones, prostate disorders, the most up-to-date therapies for overactive bladder and urinary incontinence, and more. The Axonics SNM procedure can be life-changing for some patients, with the added benefit of being able to test it out with a minor, low-risk procedure. This procedure can often be done in the office setting prior to having any permanent procedure performed in the operating room.”