Who should not use oxybutynin transdermal?

Those who suffer from kidney or liver impairment should not use oxybutynin transdermal, or use it with caution. Oxybutynin transdermal patch is contraindicated with a urinary obstruction and those who have this condition should not use it because it can cause urinary retention. Oxybutynin transdermal should be used cautiously if you have ulcerative colitis, intestinal atony or myasthenia gravis. It is not known if oxybutynin transdermal is harmful to pregnant women, nursing mothers or children, and should be used only after talking to your doctor first. If you have glaucoma, an enlarged prostate or gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), you should consult with your doctor before using oxybutynin transdermal.

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