Drink when your body tells you
Don't be tempted to cut back on drinks to lessen loo trips, as this can irritate your bladder. Just drink when your body tells you to, and stay hydrated. We know it's tricky, but caffeine and fizzy drinks aren't the best options for a sensitive bladder, so try to avoid them where possible and drink water.
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