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What Food and Drink Should You Avoid if You Have OAB?

While you and your bladder are unique, some foods and drinks seem to be common offenders for irritating an overactive bladder and making symptoms worse. Often, it's because they're acidic. The food information below may help in alleviating some of your OAB symptoms

Food for thought: discover what may bother your bladder

Common offenders:

  • Spicy food (jalapeños, hot sauces)
  • Caffeinated drinks like coffee, tea, and soda
  • Citrus fruits and juices
  • Carbonated drinks
  • Alcohol
  • Artificial sweeteners

Could it be OAB?

Maybe it's time to ask your doctor about symptoms. The quiz below can help your discussion.

 

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