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Miscellaneous genitourinary tract agents

What are Miscellaneous genitourinary tract agents?

Genitourinary tract agents are medicines, which are used to treat conditions of the reproductive organs and excretory system or urinary tract. They include medicines used for bladder spasms, urinary pH modifiers, medicines for erectile dysfunction in men and medicines that suppress uterine contractions to prevent preterm labor.

List of Miscellaneous genitourinary tract agents:

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Drug Name Reviews Avg. Ratings
Prostigmin Bromide
Generic name: neostigmine
1 review
10
Urecholine (Pro)
Generic name: bethanechol
1 review
9.5
Lithostat (Pro)
Generic name: acetohydroxamic acid
1 review
9.0
Uristat
Generic name: phenazopyridine
5 reviews
9.0
Azo-Standard
Generic name: phenazopyridine
15 reviews
8.2
Re-Azo
Generic name: phenazopyridine
0 reviews
8.0
Thiola (Pro)
Generic name: tiopronin
0 reviews
8.0
Pyridium (Pro)
Generic name: phenazopyridine
27 reviews
7.4
Elmiron (Pro)
Generic name: pentosan polysulfate sodium
100 reviews
7.3
Uricalm
Generic name: phenazopyridine
28 reviews
7.0
Azo Urinary Pain Relief
Generic name: phenazopyridine
13 reviews
5.4
Azo-Gesic (Pro)
Generic name: phenazopyridine
0 reviewsAdd rating
Azo-Septic
Generic name: phenazopyridine
0 reviewsAdd rating
Baridium
Generic name: phenazopyridine
0 reviewsAdd rating
Bloxiverz (Pro)
Generic name: neostigmine
0 reviewsAdd rating
Calcibind
Generic name: cellulose sodium phosphate
0 reviewsAdd rating
Cryoserv
Generic name: dimethyl sulfoxide
0 reviewsAdd rating
Prodium
Generic name: phenazopyridine
0 reviewsAdd rating
Prostigmin (Pro)
Generic name: neostigmine
0 reviewsAdd rating
Pyridiate
Generic name: phenazopyridine
0 reviewsAdd rating
Rimso-50 (Pro)
Generic name: dimethyl sulfoxide
0 reviewsAdd rating
Tham (Pro)
Generic name: tromethamine
0 reviewsAdd rating
Thiola EC (Pro)
Generic name: tiopronin
0 reviewsAdd rating
For ratings, users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use (1 = not effective, 10 = most effective).

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