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Oxybutynin (Ditropan [discontinued brand in the US]; Ditropan XL; Oxytrol; Anturol; Gelnique) is a drug prescribed for symptoms of overactive bladder, frequent urination, and hyperactivity associated with neurological conditions like spina bifida. Side effects, dosing, drug interactions, and pregnancy safety should be reviewed prior to taking this medication.

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      • Spina bifida facts*
      • Introduction to spina bifida
      • What is spina bifida?
      • What are the different types of spina bifida?
      • What causes spina bifida?
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      • What are the complications of spina bifida?
      • How is spina bifida diagnosed?
      • How is spina bifida treated?
      • Can spina bifida be prevented?
      • What is the prognosis for spina bifida?
      • What research is being done on spina bifida?
    • Urinary Incontinence There are many types of urinary incontinence (UI), which is the accidental leakage of urine. These types include stress...learn more »
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      • Urinary incontinence (UI) in men facts
      • Urinary incontinence (UI) introduction
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      • How is urinary incontinence (UI) in men diagnosed?
      • How is urinary incontinence (UI) in men treated?
      • How do you do Kegel exercises?
      • What research is being done on urinary incontinence in men?
      • Where can people find more information on urinary incontinence in men?
    • Overactive Bladder (OAB) Overactive bladder is a sudden involuntary contraction of the muscle wall of the bladder causing urinary urgency (an immediate...learn more »
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      Overactive Bladder (OAB) Article
      • Overactive bladder (OAB) facts
      • What is an overactive bladder?
      • What are the causes of overactive bladder?
      • Are there any risk factors for overactive bladder?
      • What are overactive bladder symptoms?
      • How is overactive bladder diagnosed?
      • What are the treatments for an overactive bladder?
      • What is the role of medications in treating overactive bladder?
      • What are treatments for the chronically incontinent?
      • What measures can be taken at home to prevent overactive bladder symptoms?
      • What are some of the complications of overactive bladder?
      • What is the prognosis for overactive bladder?
    • Urinary Incontinence in Children Urinary incontinence in children (enuresis) is twice as common in boys as in girls and may occur during the daytime or nighttime....learn more »
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      Urinary Incontinence in Children Article
      • Urinary incontinence in children facts
      • What is urinary incontinence?
      • How does the urinary system work?
      • What are the different types of urinary incontinence in children?
      • How common is urinary incontinence in children?
      • What causes nighttime incontinence in children?
      • What causes daytime incontinence in children?
      • How do you differentiate between organic and nonorganic causes of urinary incontinence?
      • What is the treatment for urinary incontinence in children?
      • What is the prognosis of urinary incontinence in children?
      • Where can people get more information on urinary incontinence in children?
    • Nerve Disease and Bladder Control A nerve problem might affect your bladder control if the nerves that are supposed to carry messages between the brain and the...learn more »
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      Nerve Disease and Bladder Control Article
      • What bladder control problems does nerve damage cause?
      • What causes nerve damage?
      • How will the doctor test for nerve damage and bladder control problems?
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      • How do you do Kegel exercises?
      • What are the treatments for lack of coordination between the bladder and urethra?
      • What are the treatments for urine retention?
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    • Urinary Retention Urinary retention (inability to urinate) may be caused by nerve disease, spinal cord injury, prostate enlargement, infection,...learn more »
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      Urinary Retention Article
      • Urinary retention facts*
      • What is urinary retention?
      • What is the urinary tract and how does it work?
      • What causes urinary retention?
      • How common is urinary retention?
      • What are the symptoms of urinary retention?
      • When should people seek medical care for urinary retention?
      • How is urinary retention diagnosed?
      • How is urinary retention treated?
      • What are the complications of urinary retention and its treatments?
      • How can urinary retention be prevented?
      • Does diet affect urinary retention?
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      • What research is being done on urinary retention?
      • Where can people find more information on urinary retention?

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Terms related to oxybutynin:

  • Anturol
  • Ditropan
  • Ditropan XL
  • Gelnique
  • Oxytrol