My wife takes oxybutynin. She still has the occasional accident, usually it’s when our schedule gets messed up. Her diabetes does influence it as well, if her sugar levels are too low in the morning she can’t go like she should and that usually makes the urgency in the afternoon come earlier.
Hi. I used to take oxybutinin tablets to help control my bladder. They helped but made my mouth very dry. Last year I saw a Urologist and he proscribed micrabegron to be taken in combination with tamsulosin. They are more effective and make my mouth less dry. I live in England but I guess the same drugs are available in the US.
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