INTRODUCTION: The aim of the study is to compare the efficiency of trospium cloride and tolterodine in overactive bladder treatment.
METHODS: The patients that applied to Zeynep Kamil Educational and Reseach Hospital Gynecology Clinic with one or more of following complains such as nocturia, poliuria (more than 8/ day) and urodinamically overactive bladder proved patients and the patients treated with trospium cloride or tolterodine have been called up at least 3 months after treatment and the day and night urinary frequency and wetness of underwear are investigated.
RESULTS: There is no significiant difference between the demographic characteristics of two groups. There is no istatistically differences between two groups in terms of symptoms.
DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION: The efficiancy of trospiyum cloride and tolterodine are similar in terms of overactive bladder treatment.