We have analysed data of 21 female OAB patients whom are under stable OAB drugs and received TTNS or IVES modalities for given parameters simultaneously. All patients continued their previously prescribed OAB medication throughout the treatment period without any change in drug or modification in dose. Mean age of patients was 56,8±11,6, mean body mass index was 28,7±4,1, mean symptom duration was 31,8±21,9 months and mean number of parity was 2,9±1,4. Of these 21 patients; 14 patients received TTNS and remaining 7 patients received IVES. Mean compliance to treatment sessions was 92%. After treatment mean OAB-V8 score was statistically significantly lower when compared to pre-treatment mean OAB-V8 scores (23,7±8,5 and 12,6±10,4 respectively: p<0,05). Similarly, mean ICIQ-SF score was statistically significantly lower after IVES&TTNS treatments (16,8±4,9 and 9,6±7,9 respectively: p<0,05). Analysis of bladder diary before and after treatment were as given: Mean number of urgencies was 4,2±4,1 before treatment and 2,7±2,9 after treatment (p<0,05). Mean number of incontinence episodes that is 2,2±2,6 before treatment regressed to 1,0±2,5 after treatment (p<0,05). Although there were numerical reductions in mean values for urinary frequency, nocturia, and ped test values; they were not statistically significant (p>0,05). One patient under IVES had a side effect of vaginal infection with no requirement to end treatment and one another patient’s treatment was terminated due to vaginal irritation from IVES. No side effect was seen in TTNS patients.