What Is The Medication Ditropan Used For ?


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Fred Jones Profile
Fred Jones answered
Myself being a diabetic, I would understand how another diabetic would say it is being used to treat their diabetes as saying that they now have a week baldder due to diabetes is hard to admit. I have had diabetes since I was 5 and many illnesses I have gotten seem to be more common in older people but that is just par for the course with diabetes, even being under control. Here is an expert from webMD on what it says about ditropan:

Oxybutynin or ditropan oral is used to treat certain bladder and urinary conditions (e.g., overactive bladder). It relaxes the muscles in the bladder to help decrease problems of urgency and frequent urination. Oxybutynin belongs to a class of drugs known as antispasmodics.
Ronnie Maye Profile
Ronnie Maye answered
It's a medication taken for symptoms of an over active bladder. As for a treatment for diabetics I have never heard of it being used for this.
Aleshia Koon Profile
Aleshia Koon answered
Ditropan (oxybutynin chloride) is an antispasmadic, anticholinergic agent!
Antispasmadic, a medication that lowers the incidence of or prevents seizures. A medication that lowers or prevents muscle spasms.
Anticholinergic, action of certain medications that inhibit the transmission of parasympathetic nerve impulses and there by reduce spasms of smooth muscles.

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