Differential Diagnosis between OAB and stress Incontinence

A simple symptom assessment can differentiate between OAB, stress incontinence, and mixed incontinence.

OAB is associated with urgency (a strong, sudden desire to void); frequency (more than 8 times per 24 hours); and a large amount of urinary leakage in patients who have episodes of incontinence.

Patients with OAB are often unable to reach the toilet in time after an urge to void and usually wake up to pass urine during the night.

Urine leakage associated with physical activity is not a symptom of OAB.

UriVarx® is a dietary supplement and not indicated to treat OAB, incontinence or any medical condition or symptom.
























*These statements have not been evaluated by the FDA. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease.

In clinical trials, UriVarx® has been used safely with minor side effects for up to 8 weeks. There were no adverse events leading to discontinuation. Five episodes of transient adverse reactions were reported in the UriVarx® group which included diarrhea (2.9%), UTI (2.9%) and flatulence (1.5%). Pregnant women and women who are nursing should not take supplements without first talking to their doctor.

SUGGESTED USE: As a dietary supplement, start with one capsules a day in the morning with a meal or as directed by your healthcare practitioner. IF well tolerated you may increase to two capsules a day.
WARNINGS: Not for use in persons under the age of 18. Ask your doctor before using UriVarx®. Do not use if allergic to any ingredient in UriVarx®. Stop using if you experience any side effect.
CAUTION: Keep tightly closed in a cool dry place at controlled room temperature of 15-30C (59-86F). DO NOT USE if inner seal or outer neck band is broken. Keep out of the reach of children.