Phenobarbital And Myrbetriq

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Fibrea Says:


I was prescribed Myrbetriq for a spasmatic bladder, but it is not working and I stopped taking it. The pharmacist says it does not work when taking Phenobarbital and it is a waste of time. Does anyone else take these two drugs?



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Verwon Says:

There are no interactions listed, but there is no way to know how something may, or may not work, once it's outside of controlled studies and out in real world use.

The typical side effects that the FDA lists may include nausea, dizziness, headache, urinary retention, and blurred vision.

How long were you taking it? Have you tried any other medications?



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Fibrea Says:

I ONLY TOOK IT FOR 3 WEEKS AND IT DID NOTHING. STILL WENT TO BATHROOM ABOUT 5 TIMES AT NIGHT. I TRIED ANOTHER PILL SEVERAL YEARS AGO AND IT HAD THE SAME EFFECT.

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Marge Says:
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No side effects but Pharmacist said the drug Myrbetriq prescribed for my frequent trips to bathroom during the night will not work when one is taking phenobarbital

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Sandra Says:
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Have been on merbutriq and still have the feeli g of pressure and needing to use the bathroom dr recommended dmannose and estrace have not felt complete relief
, any suggestions?

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Martin Irving Says:
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There are many antispasmodic drugs available. You may try Pregablin and controversially but proving effective. CBD oil. Cannabis with the psychoactive part removed.

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