No, discolouration of the ankles and feet has not been reported with Bethanechol.
Here is a list of side effects from https://www.drugs.com/pro/bethanechol.html
Adverse reactions are rare following oral administration of Bethanechol, but are more common following subcutaneous injection. Adverse reactions are more likely to occur when dosage is increased.
The following adverse reactions have been observed: Body as a Whole: malaise; Digestive: abdominal cramps or discomfort, colicky pain, nausea and belching, diarrhea, borborygmi, salivation; Renal: urinary urgency; Nervous System: headache; Cardiovascular: a fall in blood pressure with reflex tachycardia, vasomotor response; Skin: flushing producing a feeling of warmth, sensation of heat about the face, sweating; Respiratory: bronchial constriction, asthmatic attacks; Special Senses: lacrimation, miosis."
- Bethanechol Information for Consumers
- Bethanechol Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Bethanechol (detailed)
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