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I have. Had lower lumbar fusion st l5 s1 but i have overactive  bladder w and taking oxybutynin 5 mg 2 times daily but the sudden urges. And almost accidents. Are really bad.
My doc put me on antibiotic one a day for 3 months but there is no infection but signs of pain and sudden urges and weakness of bladder any ideas?
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For overactive bladder, here are some tips:

- Do Kegel exercises which can help you strengthen your pelvic floor muscles so they can better support the pelvic organs and control urine flow.

- If you’re overweight, lose weight.

- Manage fluid intake. Drink about six glasses a day. Water is the ideal choice. Cranberry, grape, cherry, and apple juices are also gentle on your bladder.

- Eat fiber rich food to avoid constipation. Constipation can worsen OAB symptoms.

- Avoid  highly spiced foods, tomatoes and tomato products, Citrus fruits and juices, Honey, Chocolate, Alcoholic beverages, Carbonated beverages, Caffeinated drinks, Coffee (even decaf)
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