Bladder Botox

Bladder Botox

Overactive bladder is not just a part of getting older, its actually a chronic condition that may require ongoing treatment.

Tired of medication?
Ready for an option that lasts months?

Urinary incontinence is often treated with medications, however for some people medication is not the best option.

Many women and men have heard of botox, but not for the bladder.

The botox is used to deenervate the inside of the bladder, and calm the nerves.

Most patients see a dramatic reduction in leakage throughout the day, and some patients will be completely dry. 

Botox could be right for you

How does the procedure work?

Your urologist will numb the inside of the urethra and bladder with a lidocaine solution. With a small lighted tube, the urologist will look into the bladder and inject botox into multiple areas in bladder. Most women are very comfortable during the procedure, and usually do not require any type of pain medication. 

See results within 2 weeks.

The entire process takes less than an hour and is given in the comfort and convenience of Texoma Urology Center’s office.