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Commercial Name: Ditropan
Active Ingredient: Oxybutynin
Utilization: Used to treat symptoms of overactive bladder, such as incontinence, frequent or urgent urination
Available Dosages: 2.5mg and 5mg
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Ditropan also has several other names - Oxybutynin, Ditropan XL, Urotrol.
This pill looks like a white crystalline mass. It is easily soluble in acid, water and very little in alkali. The package consists of a set of 5 mg tablets. Every pill contains indigo carmine (E132), safe cellulose, lactose, and also calcium stearate.
Ditropan is a medicine used to reduce muscle cramps or problems with the urinary tract and diseases of the bladder. These pills also help with medical symptoms such as frequent nightly urination, urinary incontinence, and a symptom of an overactive bladder.
Also, such a drug could be used for other purposes that are not described in its main instructions for use. These pills could lead to such allergic reaction as difficulty breathing, swelling of the tongue, throat, intumescences of lips or face, so it is very important to tell the attending doctor if the patient have the following disease:
- Parkinson's diagnosis,
- muscle problem,
- stomach upset,
- kidney disease,
- enlarged size of the prostate,
- diseases of the liver.
Also, this pill can harm the healthy ripening of the fetus inside the mother, so it is very important to tell your attending doctor if you are pregnant. Ditropan is also not recommended for breastfeeding women.
Use this medicament as your attending doctor had recommended. Look at your prescription and do not take more or fewer tablets per day. It is important to take the medicine at a specific time without changing the schedule. Ditropan could be taken with food or without it. Swallow the pill immediately, do not suck or chew it.
This medicine affects the smooth muscles of the abdomen and has an antispasmodic effect. But there are no blocking effects in skeletal neuromuscular joints. The drug is absorbed and excreted the body in halfway – it full time could be from 2 to 5 hours. Experts suggest that a special substance inside the tablet is excreted through the liver because urine has its very low concentration.
Medically reviewed by Dr. Josette Davignon
Last updated: 7.05.2021