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I would think long and hard before starting a medication such as this. With dementia incontinence is usually less about an overactive bladder and more a consequence of brain damage caused by the disease, as well as all the other complications that come with old age such as prostatitis in men or weakening abdominals and urge incontinence in women. All medications come with a risk of side effects and many elders are more susceptible, as well they are more likely to have pre existing health problems such as high blood pressure, diabetes and poor kidney function.
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