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About Oxytrol® For Women

Say hello to Oxytrol® For Women, the first and only over-the-counter treatment that can help give you day and night relief from your most bothersome symptoms of OAB. Each Oxytrol® For Women patch lasts up to 4 days, so you're free to focus on the things that matter most.

No Prescription Required

While there is no cure for OAB, there are several products that can help you manage its symptoms. Oxytrol® For Women is unique because it is the only treatment available over the counter for overactive bladder in women.

Benefits of Oxytrol® For Women

  • When combined with daily lifestyle modifications (timed urination, pelvic floor exercises and fluid management), patients saw a reduction of the OAB symptom of urinary accidents by 75% vs. 50% with placebo patch.
  • Oxytrol® For Women provides long-lasting, consistent relief from OAB for 4 days and nights with only one patch. With 4-day dosing, Oxytrol® For Women patches are convenient and easy to wear and don't limit activities.
  • Since Oxytrol® For Women delivers medicine through the skin, the active ingredient, oxybutynin, does not pass through the liver and digestive tract to initially get into your bloodstream.

Side Effects

In clinical studies, side effects like dry mouth and constipation were similar to placebo.

When using this product, you may have itching, rash or redness where the patch was placed.

Sleepiness, dizziness and blurry vision may also occur. Drinking alcohol may increase sleepiness. Do not drive or operate machinery until you know how the patch affects you.

Convenient and Discreet

Oxytrol® For Women patches are made to be discreet. Flexible, clear and extremely thin, they're undetectable under ordinary clothing.

How Oxytrol® For Women Works

Each Oxytrol® For Women patch delivers 3.9 mg of oxybutynin per day for a continuous 4 days and nights. By helping to relax the bladder muscle, Oxytrol® For Women helps reduce urgency, frequency and accidents associated with OAB.