FDA approves Botox as effective treatment for overactive bladder


Botox may be more synonymous with the Real Housewives reality franchise than long-term care residents, but it could soon be a treatment of choice for urinary incontinence.

Botox and oral meds equally effective in treating incontinence in women, study says


Botox injections and oral medications both work well in reducing urinary incontinence in women, though Botox is more likely to completely resolve symptoms, a recent study showed.

Botox gets FDA approval for treatment of urinary incontinence

Botox (botulinum toxin type A) can be injected for certain types of urinary incontinence, the Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday.