Sweat update: I did some research and... - My MSAA Community

My MSAA Community
4,667 members9,663 posts

Sweat update

I did some research and discovered many of the frogs used for bladder control are also used for controlling excessive sweating. So that’s probably why I didn’t sweat using oxybutynin.

Switching to Tolterodine probably triggered the change. Now to see if it lasts!

6 Replies
oldestnewest

Good for you 👍 I hope it lasts for you 🙏😉🐾 Ken

2 likes
Reply

Not frogs 😂 drugs!

3 likes
Reply

I did guess you meant "drugs," rather than frogs, but frogs are more interesting!

2 likes
Reply

I figured it was just another drug made from nature. Frogs are way more interesting than drugs! 🐸

3 likes
Reply

Good luck 🌞 Keep us updated when you can.

Jessie

1 like
Reply

All of the bladder control meds are anticholinergic/antimuscarinics

Some more than others some affect specific M3 receptors in the bladder and have fewer systemic symptoms. Tolterodine is less anticholinergic than oxybutinin but can still potentially cause similar anticholinergic symptoms: constipation, cognitive impairment, decreased sweating...

I hope you tolerate it better and it gives u relief

1 like
Reply

You may also like...