Oxytrol Product Description
Oxytrol is an antispasmodic drug, manufactured in the form of transdermal system (patch). Oxytrol is used for the symptomatic treatment of overactive bladder in adult men and women. Oxytrol exerts spasmolytic effect over the bladder, thus helping to
- regain bladder control
- prevent urinary incontinence
- reduce the mean number of micturitions
The advantage of Oxytrol patch over the oral antispasmodics lies in its prolonged spasmolytic effect. In contrast to conventional oral tablets, which should be used 2-3 times a day, one Oxytrol patch helps controlling overactive bladder symptoms 3-4 days in a row.
If you forget to use Oxytrol, take the prescribed dose as soon as you can. If you remember about it near your next Oxytrol dose time, skip the missed dose of this antispasmodic / anticholinergic agent and continue your regular dosing schedule without doubling the dose.
Oxytrol patch should be changed twice a week for an effective management of the overactive bladder symptoms. Position of the patch Oxytrol should be changed every 7 days.
Store Oxytrol in the sealed pouch at controlled room temperature not above 30°C. Keep Oxytrol patch away from moisture and light.
Oxytrol Safety Information
The main effect of Oxytrol, associated with a reduction in the ability of brain cells to transmit nerve impulses, may cause various side reactions, including atonia of intestines or bladder, and sleepiness. Oxytrol may also cause allergic reactions of varying severity.
Oxytrol review contains information about the overactive bladder and is published for informational purposes only. The online pharmacy does not accept any responsibility for the harm or damage, which can arise from incorrect using of the information about the antispasmodic / anticholinergic agent Oxytrol.
Oxytrol Side Effects
Usually, the adverse reactions of Oxytrol are not severe, and basically are mild and transient. Most often, Oxytrol causes insomnia, flushing, diarrhoea, constipation, dyspepsia, dizziness, flatulence, somnolence, nervousness, fatigue, dysuria, headache, nausea, abdominal pain. The frequency of these adverse reactions is more than 2%. Oxytrol may also cause urinary hesitation, blurred vision, dry skin, urinary tract infection, rash, back pain, urinary retention, dry mouth.