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Oxytrol is a patch applied to the skin that is used to control overactive bladder. Overactive bladder can include frequent urges to urinate and uncontrollable frequent urination. Oxytrol and its generic oxybutynin are antimuscarinics which work by relaxing the muscles in the bladder. Eight extended-release patches cost about $635 without insurance. Oxytrol is an expensive medication, but you can save on Oxytrol costs by using the SearchRx website. Compare prices at local pharmacies, and download Oxytrol coupons to use at pharmacies in your area. Oxytrol savings are easier than ever when you use the SearchRx mobile app.
Oxytrol is an antimuscarinic which works by relaxing the muscles in the bladder. Medication is delivered to the body via a patch applied to certain parts of the skin. Patients who have overactive bladder have the urge to urinate too often and experience uncontrollable frequent urination.
Oxytrol is a patch applied to the skin. It is left in place for three to four days. It is suggested that you replace the patch on the same two days each week to ensure that you remember when to remove and replace the patch.
Apply the Oxytrol patch anywhere on your stomach, hips, or buttocks, but do not apply Oxytrol very close to your belly button on the smallest part of your waist. Rotate the placement of the patch, not applying the patch to the same skin without waiting at least a week. Choose a place where clothing will not rub too much against the patch, and try to avoid putting the patch in direct sunlight.
Oxytrol should be applied to clean skin, without any lotion or ointment. Do not place Oxytrol on skin that is wrinkled or has folds.
You may swim and bathe with the patch on, but try not to rub the patch against anything. Do not soak in hot water while the patch is applied.
To apply the patch:
- Remove patch from packaging
- Peel the first piece of liner off the sticky side of the patch. Leave the second strip of liner.
- Not touching the sticky side, press the sticky side of the patch into the chosen place on your body. Press firmly.
- Bend the patch and use your fingers to roll the remaining part of the patch onto your skin. Doing this will remove the second liner strip.
- Press firmly on the surface.
To remove the patch:
- Peel the patch off slowly and gently. Fold the patch do the sticky side are together and discard it somewhere pets and children cannot get it.
- Wash the area with mild soap and warm water to remove any residue. Use baby oil if necessary.
Apply a new patch to the new area immediately.
Tell your doctor about all of your allergies and about all other prescription and non-prescription medications, supplements, and vitamins that you are taking. Be sure to mention any antihistamines, osteoporosis medications, IBS medications, motion sickness medication, or Parkinson’s disease medications.
If you have glaucoma, your doctor will probably advise you not to use Oxytrol.
Tell your doctor if you have GERD, an enlarged prostate, liver or kidney disease, ulcerative colitis, or myasthenia gravis.
Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Side effects may include redness or itching in applied area, constipation, gas, stomach cramps, drowsiness, flushing, back pain, or blurred vision.
Call your doctor immediately if you experience: symptoms of allergic reaction or frequent, urgent or painful urination.
This may not be a complete list of side effects and warnings. Please talk to your doctor for more information.
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