User Reviews for Bethanechol
Also known as: Duvoid, Myotonachol, Urecholine
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|Abdominal Distension||1 reviews||6 medications|
|Urinary Retention||1 reviews||3 medications|
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|Summary of Bethanechol reviews||2 reviews||9.0|
Reviews for Bethanechol
Urecholine (bethanechol) for Abdominal Distension: "I was in severe pain and had nausea when I was prescribed this medication. I still have the pain and nausea, but they are more tolerable now."
Wendy's (taken for less than 1 month) September 28, 2013
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For Urinary Retention: "I have Multiple Sclerosis and have a problem with my bladder fully emptying. Any amount of urine that Is left in my bladder, makes it seem like I haven't even gone to the bathroom. Bethanechol makes it so my bladder fully empties and I don't have those feelings."
bridgiebell (taken for 5 to 10 years) September 9, 2013
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