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Can solifenacin be taken with amitriptyline?

Posted 24 Feb 2016 by foxglove1234 1 answer

I have been taking solifenacin fro a few months Recently had shingles and was prescribed Amitriptyline to help with nerve pain Is it ok to take both drugs?

I am taking co-codamol and am constipated and feeling nausea. Could it be the solifenacin?

Posted 13 Nov 2015 by Raymond40 1 answer

I am taking the co-codamol to ease the pain of Siatica.

Mirabegron?

Posted 15 Dec 2013 by sherbetdip 1 answer

Is anyone taking this for OAB alongside Solifenacin ? I seen a consultant a few days... ago who wants me try this new medication (not got the prescription yet) there is such a long list of side effects... I have previously had botox injections and just recently finished a course of PTNS all to no ...

Vesicare - is it my bladder or the organ produces urin needs attention?

Posted 18 Aug 2013 by tribha 1 answer

I was on Tamsolusin for more than ten yrs. and on Finsteride for a year no benefit. My daily 'visits' during day is 10+ and nights are 3+.Now, I am prescribed Solifenacin. But diary shows my 'out' is more than in take.On average I urinate every time 300+ml and ultrasound shows ...

Have been on Solifenacin for 3 weeks after swapping from another drug for same problem and have got?

Posted 5 Sep 2013 by emmbirder 1 answer

... rid of the dry mouth but am struggling with constipation. Any advice?

Solifenacin - are loose bowel motions and diarrhea and stomach upset side effects?

Posted 22 Nov 2010 by chasb 1 answer

I have been prescribed 5 mg. of solifenacin succinate for a continuing leaky bladder following prostate cancer surgery several years ago. I'm 5 days into taking the drug and have experienced frequent loose bowel movements and now diarrhea. I've also had minor stomach nausea. Has anyone ...

Do you know the manufacturer of solifenacin?

Posted 20 Sep 2010 by rfonseca 1 answer

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