Urispas is used for the treatment of bladder disorders, including urination problems, pain in the bladder and bed-wetting (urinary incontinence). These disorders are usually caused by hyperthyroidism, enlarged prostate, bladder infections or urethra irritation.
Urispas can’t deal with the bladder infection caused by bacteria or fungi. They should be treated with antibiotic.
Take the drug according to the doctor’s prescriptions. Never exceed the dose or take it longer than necessary. Read the drug instructions carefully to find out the right dosage.
Ask your pharmacist any questions you have about this drug. Take the medicine orally half an hour after the meal every day.
Swallow the pill whole instead of breaking or crushing it.
If you skipped the drug dose, take it as soon as you remember. If it’s already time for the next dose, forget about it and return to your usual dosing schedule. Never take the double dose. If you skipped more than two dose of the drug, contact your physician to find out what to do.
Take this drug exactly strictly according to the doctor’s prescriptions. Avoid increasing the dose or taking it longer than necessary.
Before starting the treatment, inform your physician if you have allergy to it or any other drugs/foods. This m may contain inactive components, which may lead to the allergic reactions or other complications. Ask your doctor for additional information.
This drug must not be used if you suffer from certain diseases. Before starting the treatment, inform your physician if you have: intestinal obstruction (for example, pyloric/duodenal obstruction, ileus), gastrointestinal bleeding or urinary tract obstruction.
Before taking this drug, inform your physician about your diseases, particularly of: heart issues (such as increased heartbeat or coronary insufficiency), some eye diseases (like glaucoma), kidney disorders, muscle pathologies (myasthenia gravis), prostate enlargement, stomach diseases (including infection, gastroesophageal reflux disease, chronic blockage, ulcerative colitis or hyperthyroidism.
This medication can cause dizziness, drowsiness or vision impairment. Avoid driving, operating machinery or engaging in any activity requiring high concentration until you find out your reaction to the drug. Don’t drink alcohol during the treatment.
This drug may lead to the decreased sweating. To minimize the risk of a heatstroke, avoid getting exposed to the sun or workout for too long .
Elder patients can be more sensitive to the adverse effects of this medication, particularly vertigo (especially when waking up), sleepiness, constipation, urination problems or mental confusion. The first two may enhance the risk of falling.
During pregnancy, this drug must be used only in extreme case. Ask your doctor the risks and advantages of this drug.
It is yet unknown whether this medicine can get into the breast milk. Consult your physician before lactating.
Urispas active component: Flavoxate
Urispas is intended for reducing pain, frequency of urination and night awakenings related to the certain health problems.
Urispas is also referred to as: Apolakeat, Bladderon, Bladuril, Bolaboran, Cleanxate, Flavonate, Flavosert, Flavoxat, Flavoxati, Flavoxato, Flavoxatum, Foxate, Genurin, Gistelink, Harbahn, Harnin, Latobolel, Lollarm, Ruadan, Sawadaron, Spasuret, Uricon, Urinaron, Urisol, Urispadol, Uronid, Urostate, Urotailon.
Seek immediate medical assistance if you have any of these symptoms of an allergic responses: urticaria; breathing problems; face swelling. Stop the treatment and contact your doctor immediately if you have any of these severe adverse effects:
- skin dryness and thirst;
- mental confusion;
- increased heartbeat, atrial flutter;
- urinating less than always.
- Less severe effects include:
- dryness in the mouth;
- vision impairment;
- sickness, vomiting;
- sleepiness, anxiety;
- sense of spinning;
- head pain;