Overactive bladder syndrome affects women more than men and often occurs due to underlying bladder conditions. You might be required to carry out a flow test, a bladder scan, a bladder pressure test (urodynamics) or bladder examination (cystoscopy). Then, depending on the severity, suggested treatments might include lifestyle changes, pelvic floor exercises, medication or minimally-invasive treatments.
In line with government advice to continue medical appointments our clinic remains open to both new and existing patients using lockdown 3.0.
We continue to practice with social distancing and additional cleanliness measure in place to ensure the safety of our team and patients.
We ask all patients to follow government advice and if you are experiencing symptoms or have been requested to self isolate please do not travel to the clinic and request a telephone or video consultation instead.