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oxybutynin transdermal     12 User Reviews
Symax-SR oral     4 User Reviews
Symax-SL sublingual     4 User Reviews
Levsin/SL sublingual     31 User Reviews
propantheline oral     5 User Reviews
Levsin oral     48 User Reviews
Anaspaz oral     4 User Reviews
hyoscyamine sulfate oral     46 User Reviews
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Levbid oral     73 User Reviews
hyoscyamine sulfate sublingual     18 User Reviews
Hyosyne oral     4 User Reviews
NuLev oral     13 User Reviews
Symax Fastabs oral     1 User Reviews
Symax Duotab oral     29 User Reviews
Oscimin oral     2 User Reviews
Oscimin SL sublingual     3 User Reviews
Oscimin SR oral     Be the first to review it
oxybutynin chloride oral     178 User Reviews
tolterodine oral     15 User Reviews
Detrol oral     30 User Reviews
onabotulinumtoxinA intramuscular     1 User Reviews
flavoxate oral     3 User Reviews
Ditropan XL oral     29 User Reviews
Detrol LA oral     150 User Reviews
Botox Cosmetic intramuscular     27 User Reviews
Oxytrol transdermal     94 User Reviews
trospium oral     7 User Reviews
solifenacin oral     4 User Reviews
Vesicare oral     323 User Reviews
darifenacin oral     1 User Reviews
Enablex oral     140 User Reviews
fesoterodine oral     2 User Reviews
Toviaz oral     191 User Reviews
oxybutynin chloride transdermal     3 User Reviews
Gelnique transdermal     44 User Reviews
onabotulinumtoxinA injection     Be the first to review it
Botox injection     29 User Reviews
Botox Cosmetic injection     8 User Reviews
mirabegron oral     4 User Reviews
Myrbetriq oral     98 User Reviews
Oxytrol For Women transdermal     8 User Reviews

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