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Were you looking for information about Oxybutynin? Oxybutin is a common misspelling of oxybutynin.
Oxybutynin chloride (Ditropan®) is a prescription drug approved to treat symptoms of neurogenic bladder, such as painful or frequent urination, leaking accidents, and urinary urgency. It can also be used to treat bladder problems due to overactive bladder muscles caused by spina bifida or other neurological problems in children age six and older. Oxybutynin comes in tablet and syrup form, and is usually taken two to four times a day.
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