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Oxybutynin is a medicine that is used for the treatment of bladder conditions associated with nerve problems. Specifically, it can be used to treat frequent urination, painful urination, urinary urgency, and leaking accidents. Oxybutynin, which is available by prescription, comes in tablet and syrup form. Side effects that may occur with the medication include dizziness, constipation, dry mouth, and drowsiness.
- Painful urination (known as dysuria)
- Frequent urination (known as urinary frequency)
- Sudden, frequent urges to urinate (known as urinary urgency)
- Leaking accidents (known as urinary incontinence or urge incontinence).
- Dry mouth (see Ditropan and Dry Mouth)
- Constipation (see Ditropan and Constipation)
- Difficulty passing urine.