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Is oxybutynin an opiate or help with opiate withdraws?

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Inactive 3 Dec 2012

Oxybutynin is used in the treatment of overactive bladder; urinary incontinence; dysuria; hyperhidrosis; prostatitis and belongs to the drug class urinary antispasmodics.

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happybrandee 4 Dec 2012

NO Oxybutynin is NOT an Opiate, and NO it does not help with Opiate Withdrawals!! Just because a drug has the word "Oxy" in it does not mean that it is related to Oxycodone or Oxycontin or any other opiate. Oxybutynin is used for overactive bladder and other bladder disorders, and it is NOT addictive or habbit forming in any way.

annie mouse 29 Jan 2018

No more so than OxyClean or HydrOxy cookies.

Ambermoon 6 Jul 2018

You dont have to be such a smart a$&. Its a common question free discount card

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