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Oxybutynin Gel Information

People with an overactive bladder may find relief from their symptoms with oxybutynin gel (Gelnique™). This product is unique in that it is applied to the skin rather than taken as a capsule or tablet. The gel should be applied to dry, clean skin on the abdomen (stomach), upper arms, shoulders, or thighs. Try to rotate the application sites so that you do not apply the gel to the same spot twice in a row.
 
Review information on your complete medical history with your healthcare provider before beginning treatment with this product. Drug interactions are possible with oxybutynin gel, and people with certain medical conditions, like glaucoma or a narrowing of the digestive tract, may have an increased risk for complications.
 
(For more information on this topic, click Oxybutynin Gel. This article discusses how it works, commonly reported side effects, whether it is available in generic form, and more.)
 

Oxybutynin Gel Information

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