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Posted 22 Sep 2013 by nrmgallih • 2 answers
Posted 15 Oct 2015 by txgee • 1 answer
Had great results with this OTC medication. Concerned now as to WHY it is being removed.
Posted 5 days ago by dawnyb190122 • 0 answers
... signs of a stroke but I've been left feeling like I've wet myself and my gp prescribed oxybutynin still feel the same after 2 weeks
Posted 18 Dec 2016 by Saffy11 • 1 answer
The reason I am wondering is I would particularly like to take this on evenings out, which is when I get most embarrassed about the sweating especially when there are cameras about. Thank you
Posted 17 Dec 2016 by Sandy Marie • 1 answer
Posted 12 Sep 2016 by LucvLu • 1 answer
I currently use glycopyrrolate to control my excess body sweating. I understand that oxybutynin also does the job. Does any one know what the conversion dose would be if I take 2mg of Glycopyrrolate? Thanks in advance.
When does this medicine start working? I've been on 5 mg for a month and now 10mg for a month , does
Posted 27 Jul 2016 by Shirlee218 • 0 answers
... not seem to work for excessive sweating on my head, face, and neck
Posted 22 Jul 2016 by jillyjools • 0 answers
I've been using oxybutynin for EXACTLY one year, and until this week, it was a life-changer. But this week, it's back to old times, and I am drenched all day long. Yes, we're in a heat wave, but this is happening in the air conditioning and is truly excessive. Have I grown immune to ...
Posted 11 Jul 2016 by missthickness411 • 0 answers
and face. Its uncontrollable. Its so embarrassing to go outside without being pointed at. I need to know will OXYBUTYNIN completely stop this obsessive sweating? The only thing is i don't sweat under my armpits.
Posted 8 Jun 2016 by Shirlee218 • 1 answer
Posted 11 Jun 2016 by Grammy 123 • 0 answers
I've been using oxybutynin chloride tab 5 mgs for over a year. Has anyone noticed that it stops working?
Posted 23 Feb 2016 by Hard to endure it • 0 answers
My doctor has prescribed Oxybutynin for bladder and urethra spasms and other pain of the urethra and bladder area. She said it would take a while for it to be effective. I have been taking it for about two and one half weeks now. Spasms have decreased but I'm not cured (probably never will ...
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