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Solifenacin is from the group of preparations called antimuscarinics, it is administered for the relief of such symptoms as frequent urination, urinary incontinence and sudden urge to urinate that are associated with overactive bladder. It does not cure this condition; however, it helps to control these symptoms by decreasing the activity of the overactive bladder and stopping sudden contractions of it muscles.

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What is Solifenacin?
Solifenacin is administered for the relief of urinary incontinence, frequent urination and urgent need to urinate characteristic of patients with overactive bladder syndrome. In this condition the muscles of the bladder contract uncontrollably, which causes all the above-mentioned symptoms.

How does Solifenacin work?
Solifenacin belongs to the class of medications known as anticholinergics, and specifically muscarinic receptor blockers. This medication works by stopping the sudden contractions of the bladder muscles and thus reducing the activity of an overactive bladder, which helps to control urination, wait longer before going to the bathroom and increases the amount of urine that the bladder can hold.

How to take it?
It is recommended to take Solifenacin once per day with or without food and preferably at the same time each day. The exact dose should be decided by a doctor. The usual dose is 5 mg a day; however, it can be increased to 10 mg a day. This medication helps to manage the symptoms but it does not cure the disorder, so it should be taken even if you feel well.

Are there any contraindications to taking Solifenacin?
Solifenacin have some contraindications, these are:
  • Hypersensitivity to Solifenacin or any other components of this preparation;
  • Urinary retention, which is an inability to empty the bladder completely or to pass water;
  • Any severe bowel or stomach disorders such as ulcerative colitis-associated complication called toxic megacolon;
  • Severe liver disorder as well as liver diseases treated with the medications (ketoconazole, etc.) that can decrease the Solifenacin removal from the body;
  • Myasthenia gravis, a muscle disease causing extreme muscle weakness;
  • Kidney dialysis;
  • Poorly controlled or uncontrolled narrow-angle glaucoma.
Solifenacin should be avoided in pregnant women and breast-feeding mothers.

What are the side effects of Solifenacin?
Solifenacin can cause mild to moderate side effects associated with its anticholinergic activity, the frequency of possible side effects is dose-dependent. The list of most common unwanted reactions includes:
  • dry mouth;
  • blurred vision;
  • indigestion, stomach discomfort, constipation, abdominal pain, heartburn, burping or feeling sick.
To get full information about the side effects of Solifenacin please refer to your healthcare provider or pharmacist.