9 Jul 2011
Studies have shown VESIcare to be effective in relieving many of the symptoms of an overactive bladder. In clinical studies, people who took the drug significantly reduced the frequency of wetting accidents and needed to urinate less frequently. Also, people who took it were able to pass more urine each time they used the bathroom (the frequent muscle contractions of an overactive bladder usually prevent the bladder from holding a normal amount of urine).
However do double check it with a doc/pharmacist, please take care, be well.
- VESIcare Information for Consumers
- VESIcare Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of VESIcare (detailed)
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I already have this issue, so don't want to take any med to make it worse!
1 answer • 17 Feb 2011
Vesicare for 1 month, helped with urgency and frequency so decided to stop, now symptoms worse, why?
Now the problem seems worse than before starting treatment with some incontinence which i never experienced before is this possible?
2 answers • 16 May 2011
Have to get up 3 or 4 times a night to urinate - have tried taking the Vesicare in a.m., and hydrochlorothiazide in p.m. Then switched, taking ...
1 answer • 8 Apr 2013
Once you stop taking vesicare does your bladder go back to being overactive or does it get sorted after the month of medication
2 answers • 15 Sep 2013