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Treatment Options for Urgency Urinary Incontinence

Our doctors are conducting clinical trial research to find the best treatment for women with urgency urinary incontinence. Learn how you could benefit from participating.

Don’t Let Urgency Urinary Incontinence Continue to Interrupt Your Life

Half of all women will experience urinary incontinence in their lifetime. Just because it’s common, doesn’t mean you should have to live with constant interruption. We are conducting a clinical trial to find the best treatment option for urgency urinary incontinence (UUI) – the type caused by an overactive bladder. Participants receive free treatment and get paid for participation.

Clinical Trials Conducted by UAB Urogynecologists

Board-Certified Physicians

Our board-certified or board-eligible physicians offer a full range of treatment options for women with urinary and bowel incontinence. For patients, that means we can offer more treatment options in more specialized areas, including treatments for women with urinary incontinence.

A Program Ranked #13 in the Nation by U.S. News & World Report

Women who participate in our clinical trials have access to an entire team of experts devoted to every aspect of their health.

 

Clinical Trials for Various Conditions Affecting Women

We understand that everyone is unique and there’s not a one-size-fits-all solution. That’s why we’re devoted to finding the trial that provides the best possibilities for you.

 

Our Mission: To provide life-changing care.

  • Receive Treatment Quickly

  • Personalized and Compassionate Care

  • Expert Providers

  • Expanding Community Access to Health Care

The Clinical Trial in 3 Steps

Step 1: Learn More and Register

The first step is clicking the link below to fill out the clinical trial screening form. We will contact you as soon as possible to discuss next steps registration.

Step 2: Trial Participation

Participating in this trial will mean receiving 1 of 2 FDA-approved treatments that are intended to treat UUI. You will receive personalized care and follow-up from our specialists throughout the process. Click the link below to learn more about our trials.

Step 3: Receive Compensation

All trial participants are compensated for their time. Call 205-934-5498 to learn more about this and other open clinical trials that may be a fit for you.

More Information & FAQs

Who is eligible to participate in the clinical trial?

Eligibility for the clinical trial depends on several factors, including age, medical history, and the specific criteria of the study. You can fill out the screening form and our team will review your information and get back to you with details on whether you qualify.

Can I drop out of the study once I’ve started?

Yes. Participation in the study is voluntary, and you can stop at any time. Even if you decide to stop active participation in the study, we will continue to help treat your urinary incontinence as a UAB Medicine urogynecology patient.

What are the potential risks and benefits of participating in the clinical trial?

Like any medical treatment, clinical trials have potential risks and benefits. Benefits may include access to new treatments and close monitoring by our medical team. Risks can vary depending on the treatment being studied. Our team will provide you with detailed information about the specific trial so you can make an informed decision.

Will my personal information be kept confidential?

Absolutely. Your privacy is of utmost importance to us. All personal and medical information collected during the clinical trial will be kept confidential and used only for research purposes, in accordance with HIPAA regulations.

What if I experience side effects during the trial?

If you experience any side effects during the trial, you should contact our medical team immediately. We are here to ensure your safety and will provide the necessary care and support throughout your participation.

Can I continue with my regular doctor during the trial?

Yes, you can continue to see your regular doctor while participating in the clinical trial. Our team will work closely with your primary care provider to ensure you receive coordinated and comprehensive care.

What happens after the trial ends?

After the trial ends, we will discuss your treatment options moving forward. If the treatment was effective, we will explore ways to continue managing your condition. Regardless of the outcome, you will continue to receive support and care from our team.

Ready to Get Started?

Take the first step today by filling out the form linked below or call 205-934-5498.

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