It is, however, approximately one-half as active peripherally as lhyoscyamine, the latter being the major active plant alkaloid.
Medicines with anticholinergic or sedative effects were commonly dispensed in one-third of people with dementia.In two trials of patients with overactive bladder, transdermal oxybutynin 3.9 mg/day decreased the number of incontinence episodes and increased average voided volume to a significantly greater extent than placebo.There was no difference in transdermal oxybutynin and extended-release oral tolterodine. it dosent hurt unless i swallow, and eating hurrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrt! n a dnt have much of a appetite either is this a side effect not tht am bothered a few pounds off would b fab.... If the medication was not prescribed to your daughter for urinary incontinence, there is reason for great concern. hi just been prescribed these pills, n doc said a would have dry mouth but my god didnt think it would b this bad...Here is a quote from a pharmacist found on this very page if you scroll down, just in case you missed it.