Overactive Bladder Syndrome Travel

If you are one of 33 million Americans suffering from an Overactive Bladder (OAB), which is a condition marked by the strong, immediate need to go to the bathroom (urgency), desire to go to the toilet quite often (frequency), and involuntary loss of bladder control (incontinence) it doesn’t mean you need to stop traveling. These tips may help ease your travel fears and put you on the road again. Many people with OAB limit their daily activities, including travel, social,…

Traveling With Incontinence

For a person with incontinence, traveling by plane, train or car can pose many obstacles. It certainly can be done, but you need to plan realistically. First of all, consider how you are most comfortable traveling. Some people prefer driving because you have more control of being able to stop to use restrooms when necessary. But you need to consider who you are traveling with. If they’re behind the wheel, will they understand the urgency of your situation enough to…