Overactive Bladder Clinical Research | Adult & Pediatric Urology

Overactive Bladder Clinical Research



If you suffer from urinary urgency, incontinence, and/or urinary leakage, you may qualify for a clinical research trial.

Enrolled participants may be modestly compensated for their time and travel.

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About Overactive Bladder (OAB)

Overactive Bladder (OAB) isn’t a disease. It’s the name of a group of urinary symptoms.


  • The sudden urge to urinate
  • Waking up in the night to urinate (nocturia)
  • Leaking urine before you can make it to the restroom
  • Frequent urination

OAB is common. As many as 30 percent of men and 40 percent of women in the US live with OAB symptoms

Many people suffering from these symptoms are not aware of the different treatment options available. Below is a flow diagram outlining the many treatment options available today.

Overactive Bladder Clinical Research Trial Options

About Overactive Bladder Clinical Research Trials

Adult Pediatric Urology & Urogynecology strives to offer a variety of treatment options for OAB. With the option of clinical trials, we can also offer our community exclusive and groundbreaking treatment options.  Our office has participated in pharma and device clinical trials for overactive bladder that have been a great success for many of our patients.

Common criteria to qualify for OAB trials

  • At least 19 years of age (requirement in the state of Nebraska)
  • Have symptoms of overactive bladder for a least 6 months
  • Have tried previous treatments for OAB
  • The ability to attend required study visits in Omaha, NE. Number of visits varies from study to study.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is a clinical trial?

    • A clinical trial or research study is the study of a investigational drug or device and if it’s helps with the condition is created for and if it’s safe.
  • What are the benefits of participating in a clinical trial?

    • Possible relief from your symptoms. A direct benefit cannot be guaranteed as results will vary from person to person.  Your participation and honest feedback is very beneficial to the future of these new medical treatments and whether or not they get approved to go on the market.
  • Will I be compensated?

    • Many studies do offer compensation for your time and travel, but this is not always a guarantee.
  • How do I find out if I qualify?

    • Complete the questions on the STUDY SIGN UP FORM and a research coordinator will reach out to you to let you know if you qualify or with further questions.