Medication & Urinary Incontinence - Health Channel


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Medication & Urinary Incontinence, Health Channel

Dr. Daniel Martinez, Urologist with Baptist Health South Florida, considers, for incontinence, it’s possible to use medication at the same time as for a therapy or other behavioral therapy.
The expert says there are two types of medication for incontinence: anticholinergic and beta agonists.
Dr. Martinez affirms the side effects of those medications can be constipation, dry mouth and they can increase blood pressure.

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