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Updated 17 September 2015

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If your urinary incontinence medication is not working, or causing too many negative side effects, discuss Botox as a treatment option with your urologist.

Research has shown that a single injection of Botox into the bladder can provide substantial relief for up to a year and significantly improve quality of life, particularly for adults who need to wear diapers. 

Visit our Incontinence Centre for more on managing this condition.

 
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