What is a clinical trial?

A clinical trial is a research study that tests how a medical treatment works in people. The goal of a trial may be to see if the treatment helps detect, diagnose, measure, or prevent a medical condition.

Clinical trials can help researchers determine if the treatment is effective, safe, and works better than the other treatments currently being used.

Learn more about clinical trials.

OAB information and support

If you suffer from OAB, you are not alone.

About 1 in 5 women suffers from OAB, and more than half say that OAB has an extremely negative impact on more than one area of their life.1

Learn more about OAB and connect with other women who may have experiences similar to your own:

Voices for PFD

VoicesforPFD.org is a website and online community developed by the American Urogynecologic Society (AUGS) to educate patients and caregivers about pelvic floor disorders and to create a unique space for women to connect with other patients.

National Association for Continence

The National Association for Continence (NAFC) website provides important education on incontinence conditions and related issues, helps professionals and caregivers in the treatment and management process, and creates a community where those dealing with incontinence can find information and support.

Reference: 1. Hologic, Inc. Data on file; OAB Assessment Quantitative Report, conducted July 2021. Survey of 316 women (203 who suffered from OAB; 113 who suffered from mixed incontinence). ro.2018.09.043.