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User Reviews for Ditropan

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Ditropan Review Summary

5.3/10 Average Rating

7 Ratings with 4 User Reviews

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Reviews for Ditropan to treat Urinary Incontinence

"Pill is soft and easily broken in half. I do better taking half in the morning and half in the evening otherwise I get a dry mouth."

   
8.0

Cobbscout (taken for 5 to 10 years) February 21, 2013

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"My son is 11 years old. He has had urinary incontinence all his life and a doctor at children's hospital in Cincinnati Ohio found this problem. He is having him try oxybutynin cl ER 5 mg and there is no more running and not making it. He has had a little dry mouth but not complaining. Thank you for this new medicine."

   
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Anonymous February 26, 2012

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"It didn't work for my incontinence problem (which occurred after laser TURP), and I think it made it worse. It caused me to have a dry mouth, which caused me to drink more, which caused more incontinence. I told the doctor that I wasn't having bladder spasms, but he ignored what I said and said to give it a try and come back in 30 days. "

   
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Optional December 15, 2010

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"I have Parkinson's and a prostatectomy. This medicine didn't relieve the frequent nighttime urination and caused negative mood changes (upset, anger) with swollen ankles and esophageal blockage."

   
2.0

Anonymous February 10, 2010

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