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Table 2 Prevalence of use of medications potentially contributing to urinary symptoms (n = 390)

From: Prevalence of commonly prescribed medications potentially contributing to urinary symptoms in a cohort of older patients seeking care for incontinence

Medication class Prevalence n (%)
Any medication class 236 (60.5%)
Calcium channel blockers 85 (21.8%)
Benzodiazepines 68 (17.4%)
Other centrally active agents* 65 (16.7%)
ACE inhibitors 56 (14.4%)
Oral estrogens 50 (12.8%)
Oral estrogen + progesterone 12 (3.1%)
NSAIDS 38 (9.7%)
GABAergic analgesics 11 (2.8%)
Loop diuretics 7 (1.8%)
Thiazolinedione hypoglycemic agents 3 (0.8%)
Alpha blocking antihypertensives 1 (0.3%)
  1. *Antidepressants, antipsychotics and narcotics were combined.