Harvard Women's Health Watch

New treatments for incontinence

Many different therapies are available to treat incontinence in women, from anticholinergic drugs that calm overactive bladder to surgery that supports the urethra and prevents it from leaking. New treatment options include Botox injections, Myrbetriq, the Oxytrol patch, and mini-sling procedures.
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