While it's possible for the body to clear a mild infection on its own in some cases, it can be very risky not to treat a confirmed UTI with antibiotics.
There is no cure for Overactive Bladder. But, there are effective ways to manage it. These include behavioral treatments, lifestyle changes, medications, and sometimes surgery. OAB can happen for several reasons. Sometimes treating the underlying cause of your OAB can help your symptoms.
Avoiding drinking fluids before bed. Cutting back on alcohol, caffeine, artificial sweeteners and acidic foods or beverages. Doing pelvic floor exercises (like Kegels) to help build your pelvic health. Trying bladder retraining techniques, such as urinating at fixed intervals that gradually increase.
Overactive bladder describes a combination of symptoms that can include a frequent urge to urinate and waking up at night to urinate. Causes can include weak muscles, nerve damage, use of medications, alcohol or caffeine, infection, and being overweight.