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Loss of Control of Urine in Men
Contact your doctor. Many different prescription and non-prescription medications can lead to loss of bladder control, especially in older men. Drugs that commonly cause this problem include
diuretics ("water pills")
psychiatric medications including antidepressants, antipsychotics, and sedatives
narcotic pain relievers
blood pressure and heart drugs
cold and sinus remedies
alcohol and caffeine.
Stopping these drugs might improve your symptoms quickly. However, you should not stop taking a medication your doctor has recommended without first speaking to him or her.
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