Prescription and nonprescription medicines can cause involuntary loss of urine. The degree of loss of bladder control will vary from person to person.
Medicines that may make urinary incontinence worse include:
If you notice a urinary problem after taking a prescription or nonprescription medicine, talk with your doctor about another medicine you might use.
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