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Considering taking medication to treat Urinary Incontinence? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Urinary Incontinence. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

Your search for Urinary Incontinence returned the following treatments.

Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Vesicare oral     321 User Reviews
Toviaz oral     186 User Reviews
oxybutynin chloride oral     166 User Reviews
Detrol LA oral     149 User Reviews
Enablex oral     140 User Reviews
Oxytrol transdermal     90 User Reviews
Levbid oral     72 User Reviews
Myrbetriq oral     65 User Reviews
Levsin oral     47 User Reviews
hyoscyamine sulfate oral     46 User Reviews
Sanctura oral     43 User Reviews
Gelnique transdermal     43 User Reviews
Levsin/SL sublingual     31 User Reviews
Detrol oral     30 User Reviews
Symax Duotab oral     29 User Reviews
Ditropan XL oral     29 User Reviews
Botox injection     28 User Reviews
Botox Cosmetic intramuscular     23 User Reviews
hyoscyamine sulfate sublingual     18 User Reviews
tolterodine oral     14 User Reviews
NuLev oral     13 User Reviews
oxybutynin transdermal     12 User Reviews
Oxytrol For Women transdermal     7 User Reviews
trospium oral     6 User Reviews
Botox Cosmetic injection     6 User Reviews
propantheline oral     5 User Reviews
Symax-SR oral     4 User Reviews
Symax-SL sublingual     4 User Reviews
Anaspaz oral     4 User Reviews
solifenacin oral     4 User Reviews
mirabegron oral     4 User Reviews
Hyosyne oral     3 User Reviews
Oscimin SL sublingual     3 User Reviews
flavoxate oral     3 User Reviews
oxybutynin chloride transdermal     3 User Reviews
Appetite Control oral     2 User Reviews
Oscimin oral     2 User Reviews
fesoterodine oral     2 User Reviews
Symax Fastabs oral     1 User Reviews
onabotulinumtoxinA intramuscular     1 User Reviews
darifenacin oral     1 User Reviews
Ed-Spaz oral     Be the first to review it
Oscimin SR oral     Be the first to review it
onabotulinumtoxinA injection     Be the first to review it

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