An easy-to-wear 4-day patch
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Say hello to Oxytrol® For Women, the first and only over-the-counter treatment that can help give you day and night relief from your most bothersome symptoms of OAB. Discreet and easy to wear, each Oxytrol® For Women patch lasts up to four days, so you’re free to focus on the things that matter most.
No Prescription Required
While there is no cure for OAB, there are several products that can help you manage its symptoms. Oxytrol® For Women is unique because it is the only treatment available over the counter for overactive bladder in women.
Convenient and Discreet
Oxytrol® For Women patches are made to be discreet. Flexible, clear and extremely thin, they’re undetectable under ordinary clothing.
What is Overactive Bladder (OAB)?
More than 20 million women in the United States suffer from OAB. OAB is characterized by a number of symptoms that can be physically burdensome and emotionally draining, including a strong urge to urinate right away and the need to urinate more often than usual, with or without leakage. The majority of women who suffer develop the condition between the ages of 45 and 64 years old.
Although OAB is a treatable medical condition, most women do not discuss their symptoms with a doctor and assume it’s a normal part of aging. Rather than seek treatment, many women try to manage their condition with coping strategies that include wearing pads and/or dark clothing, mapping out the nearest toilets, and avoiding social interactions outside the home.
You may be suffering from OAB if you have had 2 or more of the following symptoms for at least 3 months:
Frequent urination; typically more than 8 times in a 24-hour period.
A strong, urgent need to
urinate right away.
More commonly known as "accidents," leaking or wetting yourself if you cannot control the urge to urinate.
PRESCRIPTION POWER IS NOW OVER-THE-COUNTER!
Try new Oxytrol® For Women.
• Found in the feminine care aisle
• Available in a 16- and 32-day supply
How common is OAB? What are the symptoms?
Find answers here.