New York: A new study shows men with overactive bladder may benefit from pelvic floor exercises long known to help women plagued by the problem.And the exercises worked as well as medications, researchers found"Behavioral treatment is just as effective as drug treatment in males with overactive bladder, and that`s big," said Dr. Jason M. Hafron, a urologist at the William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan, who wasn`t involved in the new work. "It`s safer, cheaper and it`s effective. This study will increase awareness that exercise is an option."
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