Solifenacin succinate tablets 5 mg for urination troubles (Vesicare)
What are Solifenacin succinate tablets 5 mg for urination troubles (Vesicare)?
Solifenacin succinate is classified as an antimuscarinic agent, functioning through a specific mechanism of action involving muscarinic receptors within the bladder. Its main role lies in modulating the smooth muscle tone of the bladder, resulting in notable effects on urinary function.
Upon ingestion, Solifenacin succinate tablets exert their therapeutic impact by selectively targeting muscarinic receptors located in the bladder. By acting on these receptors, the medication influences the contraction and relaxation of the smooth muscle tissue present in the bladder wall. This leads to a reduction in excessive muscular contractions and contributes to an overall decrease in the urgency to urinate, frequency of urination, and instances of urge urinary incontinence.
The fundamental outcome of this mechanism is the augmentation of the bladder's storage capacity. As Solifenacin succinate tablets mitigate the involuntary spasms of the bladder's smooth muscle, they facilitate an increased retention of urine, thus allowing for more efficient control over the timing and frequency of urination. This aspect is particularly significant for individuals who experience symptoms of urinary urgency, frequent urination, and urge urinary incontinence due to an overactive bladder.
The clinical effectiveness of Solifenacin succinate tablets in addressing these bothersome symptoms has been demonstrated through numerous rigorous studies. These investigations have consistently revealed positive outcomes in terms of patients' self-perceived improvements in their bladder-related concerns. Moreover, the medication's impact on enhancing the overall quality of life for those afflicted by overactive bladder conditions has been consistently documented across various clinical trials.
Active principles: solifenacin succinate
Amount: 100 tablets
Maker: Nichi-Iko Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd., Toyama, Japan
- urinary urgency,
- frequent urination,
- urge urinary incontinence associated with overactive bladder.
How to take
Adults should take 1 tablet (5 mg of the active principle) at a time, once a day. Your doctor may adjust the dosage according to the age or symptoms. However, the maximum daily dose should not exceed 2 tablets (10 mg).
Do not chew the tablet as this medicine contains irritating ingredients.
Contraindications: do not use for patients with urinary retention, angle closure glaucoma, obstruction and paralytic ileus of pylorus, duodenum or intestinal tract, gastric atony or intestinal atony, myasthenia gravis, heart disease or liver disorder. Do not use for pregnant or breastfeeding women.
As this medicine may cause foggy vision or lack of focus, patient should pay close attention when working at heights, operating dangerous machinery or driving a car.
If an allergic reaction occurs, patient needs to stop using the medicine and consult with their doctor. If patient is taking any other medication or treatment, they should consult with their doctor in advance.