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Bladder Instillation for OAB

I just read about a therapy that is being used in the UK (I don't think it is available or approved elsewhere yet) for Overactive Bladder Syndrome (OAB). The therapy is a bladder instillation of 0.2% chondroitin suplhate. It is being used when anticholinergic medications do not work, and the response has been good in the two studies done so far.

Has anyone in the group who might be in a country where this approved tried this and had success? Is anyone in a clinical trial for this?

I would like to learn more about this, and hear about success/failure with this new therapy. It sounds hopeful! So I would love to hear from anyone here in the community that can share some experience or knowledge about this.

Thank you!

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