Hello Ive Been Taking Macrodatin Capsules 100mg For 3x A Day Now This Bladder Infection And Peeing Alot Is Normol

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Stacy Says:


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Ive had bladder infection, went to the doctors and they've given me MACRODANTIN CAPSULES 100mg to take 3x a day and its the yellow capsules but seriously been going alot to the toilet to pee, now is this normol to be going to pee alot?



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Verwon Says:

Well, it could be caused by the medication, or due to the bladder infection itself, so it's a bit difficult to say which one, but yes, it is something you'd experience from either one.

Learn more Macrodantin details here.

If it's excessive, however, you should talk to your doctor, as you may end up getting dehydrated.


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