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When is better really better? Individuals' experiences of treatment for OAB with anticholinergic medication (2016)
Journal Article
Kinsey, D., Pretorius, S., Alexander, T., Glover, L., Duggan, P., & Kraus, S. (2017). When is better really better? Individuals' experiences of treatment for OAB with anticholinergic medication. International Journal of Urological Nursing, 11(1), (42-51). doi:10.1111/ijun.12122. ISSN 1749-7701

Overactive bladder (OAB) has been found to have a number of psychological consequences, including anxiety, depression and shame. However, there is little research on how drug treatment, which has been found to be effective at reducing physical sympto... Read More

The psychological impact of overactive bladder: a systematic review (2014)
Journal Article
Kinsey, D., Pretorius, S., Glover, L., & Alexander, T. (2016). The psychological impact of overactive bladder: a systematic review. Journal of health psychology, 21(1), 69-81. doi:10.1177/1359105314522084

This review aimed to provide an overview of the current research on the psychological impact of overactive bladder. A systematic search yielded 32 papers. It was found that people with overactive bladder tended to have greater levels of depression, a... Read More