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Can Nocturia be treated?

Treating Nocturia and the positive benefits this can bring

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Can
Nocturia
be treated?

Nocturia is usually easy to treat. The treatment you receive will depend on the cause of your Nocturia.

Treating Nocturnal Polyuria (NP) is different to treating Overactive Bladder (OAB) or Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH), all of which are causes of Nocturia. You may have to make some lifestyle changes or try different medications.
Talk to your healthcare professional to determine the treatment options that are right for you.
Treating Nocturia may increase your physical and mental wellbeing and have a positive effect on your personal and professional life. Without producing so much urine at night, you will sleep more easily. Without constant trips to the bathroom and waking your partner, you and your partner should feel well rested in the morning.

Caroline’s story

Learn how treating Nocturia helped Caroline.

Ben’s story

Learn how treating Nocturia helped Ben.

George’s story

Learn how treating Nocturia helped George.

The patient perspective

Impact Seeking Treatment

See how Sandra’s life changed
when she sought treatment for Nocturia

Reclaim your night.
Re-energise your day.

Nocturia is usually easy to treat, so if your night-time bathroom trips are affecting your day to day life, it’s time to talk to your healthcare professional. Together, you and they may be able to determine the cause of your Nocturia and decide on the best treatment option so that you can reclaim your nights and re-energise your days.

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TALK TO YOUR DOCTOR TO
DISCUSS YOUR SYMPTOMS
AND TREATMENT OPTIONS

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