Oxybutynin Impurities

A drug prescribed to treat an overactive bladder.

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Oxybutynin Related Compound

It functions similarly to Darifenacin, Tolterodine, and Solifenacin. Despite being used to treat children who pee on the bed, there is less evidence to back this claim. It can be ingested or administered topically.

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What class of drug is oxybutynin?

The drug oxybutynin belongs to the group of drugs known as anticholinergic/antimuscarinics.

Does oxybutynin treat anxiety?

Individuals with HH who had reductions in sweating right away after receiving oxybutynin medication showed marginal improvements in depression and significant improvements in anxiety and QoL.

What else can oxybutynin be used for?

The drug oxybutynin is used to treat incontinence (lack of bladder control) and frequent urination, both of which are signs of an overactive bladder. Oxybutynin is a member of the class of drugs known as antispasmodics. It aids in reducing bladder muscle spasms and the frequent need to pee brought on by these spasms.