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Oxybutynin.

Without a Prescription

Oxybutynin is prescribed to relieve urinary and bladder difficulties, including frequent urination and inability to control urination.
Oxybutynin is prescribed for adults with symptoms of overactive bladders that including sudden urges to urinate (urgency), urinary incontinence (the inability to control urination), and frequent urination.
Oxybutynin is prescribed in children, aged 6 years and older, with symptoms of detrusor muscle hyperactivity associated with neurological conditions, such as spina bifida.

Warnings

Tell your doctor what prescription and non prescription medications you are taking:
- Vitamins;
- Potassium supplements;
- Medications for high blood pressure;
- Lithium (Eskalith Lithobid);
- Especially diuretics;

The doctor should be informed:
- An enlarged prostate;
- An overactive thyroid gland;
- Colitis;
- Glaucoma;
- Intestinal disease or obstruction;
- Myasthenia gravis;
- There had been any heart liver kidney or stomach disease;

Side Effects

The following side effects may be experienced:
- Blurred vision;
- Decreased sweating;
- Drowsiness;
- Dry eyes;
- Dry mouth;
- Flushing;
- Sensitivity to bright light;
- Upset stomach;

The most common side effects of Oxybutynin are:
- Constipation;
- Dry mouth;
- Headache;
- Tiredness;

Form.

Tables: 5 milligrams,
Tables: 5 milligrams,
Tables: 10 milligrams,
Tables: 15 milligrams;
Syrup: 5 milligrams/5 milliliters.

Dosage.

The usual dose of immediate-release Oxybutynin is 5 milligrams two to four times daily. Elderly patients sometimes start with a lower dose of 2.5 milligrams. The extended-release tablets are taken once daily. The oral forms can be taken with or without food.
The extended release tablets must not be chewed, crushed, or broken. The tablet shell is not absorbed and is eliminated in the feces. The Oxybutynin patch is applied twice weekly. The patch should be applied to dry, intact skin on the abdomen, hip, or buttock.
A different application site should be used with each new patch, avoiding re-application to the same site within 7 days.

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