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    AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less Dietary Supplement, Pumpkin Seed Extract, Soy Germ Extract, GMO Free, Gluten Free, Yeast Free, Synthetic Color Free, 54 Count
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    • Supports a good night's sleep
    • Helps control the urge to run to the bathroom
    • Around the clock bladder support
    • Helps manage occasional urgency complaints
    • Provides safe and effective bladder control

    AZO Bladder Control with Go-Less/Weight Management Dietary Supplement, 48 Count
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    • Helps reduce the urge to go and safely manage weight.
    • Supports a goodnight's sleep
    • Safely helps reduce Occasional Urgency.
    • Promotes healthy metabolism to improve weight management

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The companionship also provides Anturol, an oxybutynin ATD (advanced transdermal delivery) gel, for Watson Pharma (WPI) for the treatment of overactive bladder; Elestrin, a transdermal estradiol gel for the treatment of run-to-severe vasomotor symptoms

New Drugs Raise Hope for Patients With MS

About 85 percent of patients start out with what is called relapsing-remitting MS, characterized by flare-ups or attacks that bring on lesions to form on the brain and that affect the ability to walk, to see and to control the bladder,

Pharmaceuticals "R" Us

According to Jane Mundy (LawyersandSettlements.com), many unfledged women contracted gall bladder disease after using Yaz. Whoops, no vex bladder, but at least they won't get pregnant. 3. Ambien, for insomnia. Side effects group worsening of,

Federal Actos Cases Moving to Multidistrict Litigation

The opiate is designed to help control blood sugar levels in patients with Standard 2 Diabetes. An FDA September 17, 2010, Safety Communication revealed that patients irresistible Actos over several years had an increased risk of bladder cancer.

FDA Issues Complete Response Letter for Apaziquone in Bladder Cancer

The FDA has issued a complete response letter to Spectrum Pharmaceuticals informing the company that its new drug application (NDA) for apaziquone (EOquin; Qapzola) in bladder cancer would not be approved.

The final decision follows a September recommendation from the FDA’s Oncologic Drugs Advisory Committee (ODAC), which voted 14 to 0 against approving apaziquone for intravesical instillation immediately following transurethral resection in patients with non-muscle invasive bladder cancer.

Spectrum has halted its ongoing phase III apaziquone program, and following discussions with the FDA, is considering a new smaller study of the treatment.

When ODAC convened in September, the panel considered an NDA for apaziquone based on findings from 2 phase III trials (identified as 611 and 612), which both missed the primary endpoint of a statistically significant reduction in disease

Since RX drugs for bladder control don't work,what other methods do?

A pacemaker ,as mentioned by a uroligist, is not an option.


Some forms of incontinence are amenable to surgical treatment.

Then there's always:
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A urologist should be able to help.

How do certain drugs, like those used for bladder control, target specific muscles?

I saw an Enablex commercial and wondered.


a link to some causes of bladder weakness and explanations of how the medicine works

for example, in the below link it says some bladder problems are believed to be caused by lack of hormone. so medicine replacing that hormone strengthens


a link to some causes of bladder weakness and explanations of how the medicine works

for example, in the below link it says some bladder problems are believed to be caused by lack of hormone. so medicine replacing that hormone strengthens