About BOTOX® for OAB-NC

What Results Can I Expect With BOTOX®?

BOTOX® is proven to work when other overactive bladder (OAB) medications* did not

BOTOX® targets OAB at its source by being placed in the bladder without the need for surgery, weekly doctor visits, or daily OAB pills.*


In 2 clinical trials in patients with MS or spinal cord injury, 6 weeks after treatment, compared to placebo:

BOTOX® significantly reduced leakage episodes

If you want leakage reduction, BOTOX® can help. Individual results may vary.

People who experienced a reduction
in leakage episodes

6 months after treatment in clinical trials*:

Limitation: The percentage of patients achieving 50% to 100% reduction in weekly leakage episodes shown above was an additional measure in the primary clinical studies.

*At week 6 in clinical trials.

These results are based on an analysis of the primary clinical data (reduction in weekly leakage episodes). 

No definitive conclusions about the treatment effects with BOTOX® can be drawn from these results.

Study 1: BOTOX® n = 135, placebo n = 149;
Study 2: BOTOX® n = 92, placebo n = 92:

  • Patients with ≥ 50% reduction: BOTOX® 74.8% and 77.2%; placebo 38.3% and 39.1%
  • Patients with ≥ 75% reduction: BOTOX® 61.5% and 64.1%; placebo 25.5% and 20.7%
  • Patients with 100% reduction: BOTOX® 36.3% and 38.0%; placebo 10.1% and 7.6%

Approximately 1 in 3 people reported leakage episodes stopped completely

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BOTOX® may positively impact your daily life by significantly reducing leakage episodes

Patients in BOTOX® clinical trials reported improvement in their overall quality of life based on 3 categories*:

Avoidance and
limiting behavior

Such as overplanning every detail of your day in advance, worrying about where bathrooms are, and limiting how much fluid you drink.

Psychosocial impact

Such as being preoccupied or frustrated with how your condition impacts your everyday decisions, such as what you can wear, where you can go, and how you feel about your overall well-being.


Such as being embarrassed or worried that your symptoms might be noticed by others.

Note: These results were a secondary measure in the primary clinical studies.

*These improvements were reported using the Incontinence Quality of Life (I-QOL) questionnaire. This is a validated questionnaire that is used to measure the impact of urinary incontinence on a patient’s quality of life.

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