Overactive Bladder Clinical Trials
Do you experience frequent urination? This a common symptom associated with a medical condition known as overactive bladder. The cause? Patients experience these symptoms as a result of a bladder storage function issue. This problem creates that sudden and frequent urge to urinate. This condition can be difficult to manage and a source of intense anxiety.
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If you are living with these symptoms, the you could qualify for an overactive bladder clinical trial at our clinic in Port Orange, Florida. For those who have never participated in a clinical trial, we have some additional resources on our site that you should take a look at.
Want to see if you qualify for one of our clinical trials? Please take a moment to fill our our online form in the upper right corner of the page. We do ask that you provide a phone number and valid email address where you can be reached. A member of our clinical research team will be contacting you within a day or two.
Do You Qualify for a Study?
Here are some questions that you should ask yourself before applying for enrollment in one of our overactive bladder clinical trials:
- Are you suffering from frequent urges to urinate or similar symptoms?
- Are you able to comply with a set list of study-related procedures such as coming in screenings or adhering to a specific diet?
- Have you been treated for cancer within the last five years?
- Have you been treated for substance abuse within the last five years?
Compensation for Participating in a Clinical Trial
Those who are considering clinical trial participation should know that all study-related care, including administered medication and required screenings, are provided free of charge. Participants may also receive compensation for their time and any related travel expenses. The amount of compensation may vary depending on the study.
Symptoms of an Overactive Bladder
So you feel like you have been making more frequent trips to the bathroom lately, but are these the symptoms of an overactive bladder that you should have inspected by a doctor? The following are all indicative of this medical condition:
- Sudden urges to urinate that’s really hard to control
- Urinary incontinence – an involuntary loss of urine that immediately follows one of these urges to urinate
- Urinating more than 8 times in a day that is not directly correlated with drinking a lot of fluids
- Suffering the symptoms of nocturia – being awakened during the night to urinate frequently
Important: If you have any other questions about our overactive bladder clinical trials or other research studies at Accord Clinical Research, please call us at (386) 760-7353. Our office hours are from 8 am to 5 pm every weekday.