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Is oxybutynin safe to take with my other med?

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Verwon Says:

Well, unfortunately, I can't answer this, because you did not state what the other medication is.

Have you checked it with your pharmacy?

Can you post back with the name of the other medication?

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NH Boisson Says:

I look after a 78yr physically disabled man.Someone suggested I give him Dr de Witt K&B pills He is on Dormicum 15 mg (1.5 or 2)
Risperidne-Hexal (1 evening)
CymGen 60 (1 morning)
Cilift 20mg (1 morning 1 afternoon)
Enap 10 mg (1 morning)
Michol 10 mg (1 evening)
Cardiocare Disprin (1 morning)
Glucophage (1 morning 1 evening)
Arcoxia (2 when needed)
Cough mixture (no alcohol no sugar)
Warfarin 5mg (at 18:00 as prescribed by Pathologists)
Is there any reason why I shouldnt give him Dr de Witt pills? He has constant Bladder infection, with lots of white guey sediment that blocks his catheter, I have great difficulty getting him to drink water - some days I get as little as 50ml into him.

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