This medicine is used in patients with bladder difficulties to assist the bladder to contract properly.
Store in a closed container in temperatures below 104 F (40 o C)
Inform your health care provider if you have had any medical conditions now or in the past. Also if you have any of the following current conditions inform your health care provider: pregnant, planning to become pregnant, breastfeeding, taking any other medications, or have an obstruction in the intestines or bladder.
The effects this drug has on a patient can be altered if combined with other medications. Check with your health care professional if you are planning on using any other medications with Urecholine to check the safety of the combination.
Patient Family Information : Always take Urecholine the exact way your doctor prescribed it to you.
If you have any allergies to any of the ingredients listed on the label do not take this medication. If you have an overactive thyroid, ulcers, asthma, a slow heartbeat, heart disease, low blood pressure, or epilepsy do not take Urecholine. Lastly, if you have Parkinson’s disease or a blood vessel disorder, avoid using this medication.
Sever Side Effects : Severe: Severe allergic reaction.
Common: Stomach pains; discomfort; pain; queasiness; belching; diarrhea; rumbling stomach; salivation; urinary urgency; headache; flushing causing a feeling of warmth, heated sensation around the face; sweating; constant feeling of having to urinate; tea
Other: Flushing of the skin (hot feeling), sweating
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