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  • A Review of Drugs for Overactive Bladder [hide all summaries]
    (February 2010)
    The newest FDA-approved drug for treating overactive bladder, TOVIAX (fesoterodine) is no more effective than the older five drugs, reducing the number of urinations a day by only one. In addition, since it is a new drug, we recommend not using it now because more will be known about its dangers after it has been on the market for a longer time.
  • A Review of Trospium (SANCTURA) for Overactive Bladder [hide all summaries]
    (November 2004)
    Trospium appears to offer no advantage over long-acting anticholinergics for treatment of overactive bladder, and its poor absorption from the gastrointestinal tract could be problematic.

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