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How does oxybutynin help bladder problems?
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Dr. Jay Rosenfeld
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
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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.

In brief: 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.
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