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25 percent of adults quit their overactive bladder medication: Study Study of 5.

25 percent of adults quit their overactive bladder medication: Study Study of 5,392 adults found that 25 percent had quit their overactive bladder medication, with nine out of ten telling it didn’t work as expected or they couldn’t tolerate it all. A follow-up study found that being truly a current smoker elevated the risk of quitting by 80 percent, having an enlarged prostate by 74 percent and believing that bladder medication caused unwanted effects by 111 percent. But being on multiple prescriptions and having an bout of incontinence within the last week elevated the chances of compliance http://www.tadaciped.com/generic-drugs .