Solifenacin (Thread 223269)

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bibine Says:


My doctor has just prescribed Solifenacin for overactive bladder, Previously I had Detrusitol. Can anyone tell me if one is better than the other.



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Verwon Says:

What it really comes to down is which medication is best and safest for you to use and the only way to really know that is by trying it, as your doctor advises.

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Did your doctor say why they were changing the medication?

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