Detrol Dl, Ditropan, Versicare Or Toviaz

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Orlando Says:


Which of these drugs is better to treat male incontinence? I can empty my bladder normally, but when I have to do it, I have to go in a hurry, before I wet my pants.



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Orlando Says:

What medication is more effective for Diabetis?

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Verwon Says:

What has your doctor advised you to use for either problem?

All of the medications you listed, as well as antidiabetic medications have been shown to be effective at treating the conditions they are intended to treat. That is why they have been approved by the FDA and are on the market.

There is, however, no way to say which will be the most effective for you. The best thing to do is to discuss it with your doctor and try the medications that they recommend.


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