How VESIcare works
VESIcare can help control the bladder muscle
It's all about what's going on with your internal plumbing. That's because a normal bladder and an overactive bladder don't always work the same way. Here's what happens:
With an overactive bladder, your bladder muscle contracts before your bladder expands to its full size, making it work overtime. This can make you feel those frequent urges and leaks you might be experiencing. In other words, your internal plumbing doesn't always work the way it should.
VESIcare binds to certain natural body proteins (receptors) which help the bladder muscle to contract.
Get a closer look at an overactive bladder by exploring
the Internal Plumbing Guide.
Dr. Reed says:
“When I diagnose a patient with overactive bladder, I try to explain
that the bladder is actually a muscle, and in overactive bladder, the muscle has a tendency to spasm, or abnormally contract.” Hear more