You are invited to participate in a paid market research study about your personal experience with underactive bladder (UAB), which may also be known as impaired bladder emptying, hypotonic/flaccid bladder, detrusor underactivity/failure, voiding dysfunction, or chronic/acute urinary retention. The market research firm conducting the study would like to understand more about your personal journey and discuss potential new diagnostic and treatment options. In order to participate, you must have been diagnosed with UAB. The study consists of a 45-minute phone interview that will require internet access, and you will be compensated $100 for your time. If you are interested in participating, please click this link to see if you qualify: https://hub.m3globalresearch.com/page/r13650tdip.cfm This study is being managed by ZS, an Independent Research Firm, in compliance with marketing research standards. The study concludes on February 8, 2017.
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Underactive Bladder (UAB)
While you may have heard about Overactive Bladder (OAB) due to lots of media attention, many do not know about Underactive Bladder (UAB). UAB is a syndrome that includes the urinary symptoms of hesitancy, straining and incomplete bladder emptying in the absence of any blockage of the bladder or the urethra. The current definition of underactive bladder (UAB) states, “UAB is characterized by a slow urinary stream, hesitancy, and straining to void with or without a feeling of incomplete bladder emptying, sometimes with storage symptoms.”
What Is Underactive Bladder?
UAB is a serious, ongoing, and difficult disease and it has serious consequences if not treated. Your healthcare professional may refer to underactive bladder as detrusor underactivity, hypotonic bladder, flaccid bladder, lazy bladder, and detrusor hypoactivity. A diagnosis of UAB is usually confirmed with pressure flow urodynamic tests and patient history. How many people have UAB is not known, and studies are needed to determine its prevalence.