Botox For Bladder
An excellent treatment for overactive bladder
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Botox is an excellent treatment for overactive bladder in patients without neurologic disease as well (idiopathic OAB)
Botox is an excellent treatment for patients with neurogenic bladders from multiple sclerosis or other neurologic disease.
Botox works well because it relaxes some but not all of the bladder muscles that squeeze.
It is done in the office with local lidocaine and/or with nitrous oxide.
A scope is placed into the bladder and the botox is injected into the bladder wall with a very tiny needle.
The botox calms the bladder down.
In the past year, only one patient had a hard time emptying their bladder after botox, which is less than 1% of my patients.
Botox in the bladder usually takes 2 weeks to work and lasts 6 months but every patent is different.