We have a new online research study assessing the effects of a dietary supplement in generally healthy women 40-65 years of age who experience overactive bladder symptoms (OAB) with occasional urine leakage. Study participation involves 5 remote visits across 12 weeks.

Overactive bladder symptoms are common for many women. The purpose of this research study is to see if taking a hormone-free, naturally derived dietary supplement every day will reduce symptoms associated with overactive bladder. This dietary supplement is made up of S-adenosyl-methionine (SAMe), Crataeva nurvala, and Maca. See a brief description of these ingredients below:

  • SAMe is a naturally occurring compound in the body that creates and regulates hormones.
  • Crataeva nurvala is an herb commonly used for urinary disorders.
  • Maca is a plant that has been safely studied in postmenopausal women for the treatment of hot flashes and night sweats.

If qualified, you may be compensated up to $500 for your participation.


Qualified participants must:

  • Be a generally healthy woman, 40-65 years of age
  • Have access and the ability to conduct video conferencing or calls
  • Experience the following four symptoms:
    • Frequent urination throughout the day and night (8 or more times/24 hours)
    • Frequently waking up during the night to urinate (2 or more times/night)
    • Frequent feelings of urgency (3 or more times/day)
    • Occasional leakage caused by an urge to urinate (1 or more times/day)
  • Be willing to consume 2 tablets per day for 12 weeks
  • Be willing to complete frequent questionnaires
  • Be willing to download a study phone app

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