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Will ditropan (oxybutynin) stop my heavy axillary sweating?

Will ditropan (oxybutynin) stop my heavy axillary sweating?

Glycopyrrolate: In my large hyperhidrosis practice, I find the best oral anticholinergic medications to be glycopyrrolate and oxybutinin, in that order. The Center for Excessive Sweating was established in 1999. ...Read more

Dr. Adam Lewis
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Oxybutynin (Definition)

Oxybutynin is a generic medication in the class of "antcholinergic" drugs. It is often prescribed for overactive bladder to relax the bladder. It is typically well tolerated but can cause dry mouth, dry eyes, constipation and confusion in older patients. The risk of side effects ...Read more


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What else I need to do beside using drysol oxybutinin and cornstarch to prevent the smell of my anus and buttcheeck sweating and smelly?

What else I need to do beside using drysol oxybutinin and cornstarch to prevent the smell of my anus and buttcheeck sweating and smelly?

Try this.: Hygiene and diet may contribute to your condition. Some disease such as diabetes can cause yeast infection and odor in this area. Also local skin allergies and irritations may need addressed. Ask you primary care giver to help you understand the various factors. Hope this helps. ...Read more

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I shave my anus and buttcheecks hair now im sweating and smelly on my butt I take oxybutinin and drysol and cornstarch when working but they smell me?

I shave my anus and buttcheecks hair now im sweating and smelly on my butt I take oxybutinin and drysol and cornstarch when working but they smell me?

Here are some...: Being not born equal is fact since the quality & features of tissues and organs widely differ although sharing the same anatomical terminology. Specifically, that you got in the described region is unique requiring higher maintenance with cleansing and drying with judicious use of topical agents. Such condition is more prominent in one with obesity. More? Ask Doc for F/U & counseling. ...Read more

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What about ditropan (oxybutynin) xl?

What about ditropan (oxybutynin) xl?

It's there...: It's a good choice for women with overactive bladder and urge incontinence. I often use it for urinary urgency in both males and females, although, I prefer an immediate release formulation. It's been shown to work in men with benign prostate hypertrophy to improve their urination. ...Read more

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Please describe the medication: ditropan (oxybutynin)?

Oxybyutynin: Ditropan is a trade name for oxybutynin, an anticholinergic medication. It inhibits bladder spasms through acting on the m1, m2, and m3 cholinergic receptors. Side effects commonly include dry mouth and constipation. It is usually prescribed for patients with overactive bladder symptoms or other bladder dysfunction. ...Read more

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Why would my kids need to go on ditropan (oxybutynin)?

Why would my kids need to go on ditropan (oxybutynin)?

Urinary frequency: Ditropan (oxybutynin) is a bladder medicine used to cut down on urinary episodes. I'm not sure why a child would be placed on it for any other reason. ...Read more

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What happens if a child takes 5ml oxybutynin by mistake?

What happens if a child takes 5ml oxybutynin by mistake?

Oxybutynin 5ml=5mg: That is a single dose for a child 5 years old or older. It would probably be OK, but still one would recommend calling the child's doctor and the poison control center: 1-800-222-1222 if a child takes something that he is not supposed to take. ...Read more

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Relationship about ditropan (oxybutynin) and gastric ulcers?

Ditropan (oxybutynin): Ditropan (oxybutynin) is used to treat overactive bladder. Weight gain is not a reported side-effect, nor is stomach ulcers, although it can cause heartburn & stomach upset. ...Read more

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Taking 5 mg oxybutynin ER daily. Can I have a beer or glass of wine?

Taking 5 mg oxybutynin ER daily. Can I have a beer or glass of wine?

Oxybutinin is: Used for bladder problems. One glass of beer or wine should be taken a few hours apart and in moderation ...Read more

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Is it safe to take 2 overactive bladder medications Detrol (tolterodine) LA 4mg with Oxybutynin Er 10 mg...

Is it safe to take 2 overactive bladder medications Detrol (tolterodine) LA 4mg with Oxybutynin Er 10 mg...

Not a good idea: They are the same class of medicine (antocholinergic) and both work in pretty much the same way, by reducing spasm of the muscle that contracts to push urine out of the bladder. Taken in excess they can actually cause incontenence by paralysis of that muscle (overflow incontenence). If the meds are not working you should see a urologist. You can have systemic side effects with too much meds. ...Read more

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Please describe the medication: oxybutynin?

Ditropan (oxybutynin): Oxybutynin is a generic medication in the class of "antcholinergic" drugs. It is often prescribed for overactive bladder to relax the bladder. It is typically well tolerated but can cause dry mouth, dry eyes, constipation and confusion in older patients. The risk of side effects increases with the dose. ...Read more

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What is the highest dose the oxybutynin patch?

What is the highest dose the oxybutynin patch?

3.9mg/day: I believe there is only one dosage available for the pacth--oxytrol which is 3.9mg/day to be applied 2x/week patch. I could be wrong on this but it is the only that I am aware of up to this point. You may want to double check with your doc or your local pharmacist. Good luck. ...Read more

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Are there medications you should not take with oxybutynin?

Yes: There is a long list that may cause problems. I would suggest you review the list online. ...Read more

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Can oxybutynin effect glaucoma?

Can oxybutynin effect glaucoma?

Depends: Oxybutynin is in a class of medications called anticholinergics/antimuscarinics. It is commonly used for urinary incontinence, ; works by relaxing the bladder muscles. It also can dilate your pupils. If you have glaucoma, it's use is to be used very cautiously in individuals affected by narrow angle angle glaucoma. Your ophthalmologist would be able to tell you if you can safely use oxybutynin. ...Read more

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Which is better for treating hyperhidrosis: ditropan (oxybutynin) or glycopyrrolate?

Depends: Both are used to treat hyperhidrosis. Effects are different to different patients although pts tend to complain about ditropan (oxybutynin) side effects more: drowsiness, decrease mentation...The number one side effect I hear about robinyl is dry mouth. ...Read more

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Most common side effects of oxybutynin ER? Should I take at night? Does it really last 24 hrs? Will it effect my weight or blood pressure?

Most common side effects of oxybutynin ER? Should I take at night? Does it really last 24 hrs? Will it effect my weight or blood pressure?

Here are some. ..: Its most common side effects are dryness of eyes, nose, mouth & throat, constipation, indigestion, etc. More? To http://www. Drugs. Com/sfx/oxybutynin-side-effects. Html. It may be taken at your most convenient time for consistent use. So, you may take it in the morning or at night. Yes, it lasts 24 hrs for most of its users. How does it may affect weight or BP? I never read or heard about them. ...Read more

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What does oxybutynin do? Have a ureter stent. Does that help me not to pee every fine? They gave me that and pain meds.

Relax bladder: This classic medication decreases contractility of smooth muscle and therefore decreases bladder contractility and bladder spasms. If you have a stent in place after perhaps a ureteral stone procedure, Oxybutynin can make you more comfortable while your healing process continues. You will be well soon. ...Read more

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Is oxybutynin the best choice for neurologic bladder and occasional bladder leakage? Or detrol? Or vesicare (solifenacin)?

Is oxybutynin the best choice for neurologic bladder and occasional bladder leakage? Or detrol? Or vesicare (solifenacin)?

It's the cheapest: oxybutynin happens to be the original (and che"anticholinergic" on the market, originally developed in the 1970's. It is effective but has side effects (dry mouth, eyes, and constipation). The newer drugs have slightly better side effect profiles. Check out the new beta agonist myrbetriq too. See a specialist in neurogenic bladder, urologists often have additional training in this area. ...Read more

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What are the side effects of taking ditropan (oxybutynin) for two years (related to neurogenic bladder from spinal cord injury)?

What are the side effects of taking ditropan (oxybutynin) for two years (related to neurogenic bladder from spinal cord injury)?

Assume long term?: Long term there are studies that suggest a correlation with dementia. Neurogenic bladder often has a retention component and Detrol (tolterodine) will worsen this so regular re evaluation is important. ...Read more

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What is oxybutynin used for?

What is oxybutynin used for?

Urinary urgency: Oxybutynin can be used for urinary frequency, urinary urgency and urge incontinence in the absence of a bladder infection. It decreases bladder spasms and can help to improve bladder capacity. ...Read more

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What would happen if I smoked weed while taking oxybutynin?

What would happen if I smoked weed while taking oxybutynin?

See below: I am not aware of a direct relationship other than the fact that a lot of people are consuming alcoholic or caffeinated beverages when smoking marijuana and those drinks can worsen oab, lessening the effect of oxybutynin. ...Read more

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I was discharged on Saturday 3rd June by Dr Seok Chan Noh. He included a script for 2.5 mg Oxybutynin to be taken as required. What is this for?

I was discharged on Saturday 3rd June by Dr Seok Chan Noh. He included a script for 2.5 mg Oxybutynin to be taken as required. What is this for?

Oxybutynin: It is a bladder anti-spasmodic and is used to treat symptoms of overactive bladder such as incontinence. It is an anticholinergic medication used to relieve urinary and bladder difficulties, including frequent urination and inability to control urination ...Read more

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Weight gain from taking ditropan (oxybutynin)?

Ditropan (oxybutynin): Ditropan (oxybutynin) is used to treat overactive bladder. Weight gain is not a reported side-effect. ...Read more

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Ditropan (oxybutynin) is good for bladder spasms?

Ditropan (oxybutynin) is good for bladder spasms?

It works.: Ditropan (oxybutynin) is part of a family of medications called anticholinergics that can help calm the bladder. It is an effective treatment for overactive bladder and has been used to help manage bladder spasms. Bladder spasms often occur with bladder irritation, such as that after surgery, or during infection, or in neurologic problems of the bladder. Side effects often can limit the dose. ...Read more

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Can oxybutynin affect a person's panic attacks?

Can oxybutynin affect a person's panic attacks?

Hard to say: Two of the listed side effects of this medication are agitation and palpitations. These could precipitate or exacerbate a panic attack. Or you may have no effect at all. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: Oxybutynin allergy?

What is the definition or description of: Oxybutynin allergy?

Anticholinergic: Oxybutanine relaxes the bladder hence it is used for over active bladder. Allergic reaction may consist of severe dry moth, hives or generalised skin rash, respiratory difficulty. ...Read more

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How does oxybutynin help bladder problems?

How does oxybutynin help bladder problems?

See below: Oxybutynin works by decreasing activity in the nerves that supply the bladder. If the bladder is overactive which can occur for a variety of reasons, the medication can allow more normal filling of the bladder and a decrease in muscle overactivity that causes frequent urination. ...Read more

Dr. Leonard Stein
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