Published in Women's Health Weekly, May 20th, 2004
"In a randomized, controlled trial comparing biofeedback-assisted behavioral therapy and drug therapy with oxybutynin, both types of therapy were superior to placebo in older, community-dwelling women with urge or mixed incontinence. Behavioral therapy significantly reduced incontinence compared with oxybutynin therapy (80.7% vs. 68.5%, P=0.04)," scientists writing in the journal Urology report.
"Patients expressed high levels of satisfaction with behavioral therapy, and 97% were willing to continue this therapy indefinitely, compared with 55% receiving drug therapy....
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