TOVIAZ® (fesoterodine fumarate) treats the symptoms of
overactive bladder (leaks, strong sudden urges to go, going too often).
This overactive bladder (OAB) quiz is an awareness tool that can help you talk with your doctor about your symptoms. It cannot give you a diagnosis. Only your doctor can diagnose OAB. Simply complete the quiz and bring the printed results to your next appointment.
Please tell us if you are:
1. Frequent urination during the daytime hours?
2. An uncomfortable urge to urinate?
3. A sudden urge to urinate with little or no warning?
4. Accidental loss of small amounts of urine?
5. Nighttime urination?
6. Waking up at night because you had to urinate?
7. An uncontrollable urge to urinate?
8. Urine loss associated with a strong desire to urinate?
Please complete the highlighted field(s) and resubmit.
According to your answers, you've experienced incontinence (urine loss). Please answer 3 additional questions to help your doctor determine if the incontinence is related to OAB or to another condition called stress incontinence. TOVIAZ® (fesoterodine fumarate) treats the symptoms of OAB but does not treat stress incontinence. You may choose to skip these questions by clicking the "Submit" button.
1. During the last 3 months, have you leaked urine (even a small amount)?
2. During the last 3 months, did you leak urine (check all that apply):
3. During the last 3 months, did you leak urine most often (choose only 1):
Your 3IQ assessment is complete. Please click the "Submit" button.
Please complete the highlighted question(s) and resubmit.
In a study, patients who scored 8 or higher were more likely to have a clinical diagnosis of OAB. Regardless of the score, you should discuss your results with your doctor. Click Print below to print your results.
*Adapted from Coyne KS, Zyczynski T, Margolis MK, Elinoff V, Roberts RG. Validation of an overactive bladder awareness tool for use in primary care settings. Adv Ther. 2005;22(4):381-394.
*Adapted from Brown JS, Bradley CS, Subak LL, et al; for the Diagnostic Aspects of Incontinence Study (DAISy) Research Group. The sensitivity and specificity of a simple test to distinguish between urge and stress urinary incontinence. Ann Intern Med. 2006;144(10):715-723.
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Your results will print shortly. Don’t forget to bring these to your next doctor appointment.
Watch this short video to see what happens inside the body when you have OAB. And how a prescription treatment option may help.
If you have certain stomach problems, glaucoma, or cannot empty your bladder, you should not take Toviaz® (fesoterodine fumarate).
Medicines like Toviaz can cause blurred vision, drowsiness, and decreased sweating. Use caution when driving, doing unsafe tasks, or in especially hot environments, until you know how Toviaz affects you. Drinking alcohol while taking medicines such as Toviaz may cause increased drowsiness.
The most common side effects are dry mouth and constipation.
Toviaz treats the symptoms of overactive bladder( leaks, strong urges to go, going too often).
Toviaz has benefits and risks. There may be other options. To learn more about Toviaz, please see the Full Prescribing and Patient Information.