However, recent studies investigating combination therapy with oxybutynin plus Nefryl, and active ingredient plus desmopressin, suggested a synergistic effect with Demonstrate therapy more effective than monotherapy with either agent along. Oxybutynin may delay passage of potassium tablets through the digestive system and result in ulceration or narrowing of the small intestine. Oxybutynin may rarely cause the pressure in your eyeball to increase. This is common when starting oxybutynin or after increasing the dose.
Possible side effects of Nefryl include:
Nefryl is used to treat diseases such as: Dysuria, Hyperhidrosis, Overactive Bladder, Prostatitis, Urinary Incontinence.
If the symptoms are severe or do not improve, call your doctor. Any solution remaining after 50 doses should be discarded since the amount delivered thereafter per actuation may be substantially less than 10 micrograms of drug.