About this test

In 6 quick questions:

  • You’ll get a better understanding of your bladder health
  • You’ll get an idea of your next steps
  • We’ll get a deeper understanding of how OAB affects Australians

All data you share with us will be stored securely and anonymously.

You are currently on question 1 of 6. Please make a selection below to continue. Day time toilet trips?

Day time toilet trips?

Day time

How many times you typically urinate from waking in the morning until sleeping at night.

You are currently on question 2 of 6. Please make a selection below to continue. Night time toilet trips?

Night time toilet trips?

Night time

How many times you typically wake up to urinate at night.

You are currently on question 3 of 6. Please make a selection below to continue. I need to rush

I need to rush

Urge

How often you have a sudden desire to urinate, which is difficult to defer.

You are currently on question 4 of 6. Please make a selection below to continue. I sometimes leak

I sometimes leak

Leakage

How often you leak urine because you can't defer the sudden desire to urinate.

You are currently on question 5 of 6. Please make a selection below to continue. I leak when I laugh, cough or sneeze

I leak when I laugh, cough or sneeze

You are currently on question 6 of 6. Please make a selection below to continue. My peeing habits really affect my life

My peeing habits really affect my life

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your bladder score is .
Your bladder score is .

Great news. Your results indicate your bladder function is normal. For further information, or for a more accurate diagnosis of Overactive Bladder (OAB), please speak to your doctor.

Your results indicate that you may have a mildly Overactive Bladder (OAB). Wondering what this means? That depends on how your symptoms affect you. Our website has information, help and tips on OAB. If you find your OAB symptoms bother you in any way, we recommend you make an appointment with your doctor to discuss your results in detail and explore possible ways to manage your symptoms.

Your results indicate that you may have a moderately Overactive Bladder (OAB). Wondering what this means? That depends on how your symptoms affect you. Our website has information, help and tips on OAB. If you find your OAB symptoms bother you in any way, we recommend you make an appointment with your doctor to discuss your results in detail and explore possible ways to manage your symptoms.

Your results indicate that you may have a severely Overactive Bladder (OAB). Wondering what this means to you? That depends on how your symptoms affect you. We recommend you make an appointment with your doctor to discuss your results in details and explore possible treatments.

Your results also indicate that you may have Stress Incontinence. We advise you discuss this possibility with your doctor as part of a wider conversation about OAB.

Your results appear normal for OAB but indicate you may have Stress Incontinence. If you’re still concerned about your symptoms or need a clearer diagnosis on Stress Incontinence, we recommend you make an appointment with your doctor to discuss your results in detail.

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Your answers

  • Sex
  • Age
  • Day time toilet trips
  • Night time toilet trips
  • Urge to pee quickly
  • Sometimes leak
  • Leak when laugh, cough, sneeze
  • Life affected

Know someone who might have OAB?

If you’re concerned about a loved one, share this test and start them on the path to better bladder health.