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FDA approves Botox for loss of bladder control

U.S. drug regulators approved Botox from Allergan for treating a specific type of urinary incontinence on Wednesday.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration said Botox—made popular as a treatment for smoothing facial wrinkles—can also be injected into the bladder to treat people who lose bladder control because of neurologic conditions such as spinal cord… FDA approves Botox for loss of bladder control   

Botox Injections Now Used for Severe Urinary Incontinence

When you think of Botox injections, you probably think of getting rid of unwanted wrinkles around the eyes or forehead, but recently the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved using the injections to help patients with neurological conditions who suffer from incontinence, or an overactive bladder.

Botox injections paralyze the bladder muscle to… Botox Injections Now Used for Severe Urinary Incontinence   

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