Soliten 10/5 Mg, Any Side Effects Of The Medicine

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Amen Says:


I'm a quadriplegic and have not control over bladder functioning. Recently the doctor had advised me to take soliten 10mg in the morning and Soliten 5 mg at night to increase the capacity of bladder and do CIC at the interval of 4 hours. I want to know, is it a safe medicine or has any side effect.



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Verwon Says:

All medications carry the risk of possibly causing side effects, even over the counter products.

Soliten contains the active ingredient Solifenacin, it is a urinary antispasmodic, which is used to treat overactive bladder.

Learn more Soliten details here.

Side effects may include: nausea, dry mouth, blurred vision and constipation.

Are you on any other medications?

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Thakur Says:

can I use soliten & Titanium Dioxide together as I am having serious problem in urination that is urgency and inconsistency. In mornin hours I have to go every half an hour for urination and I am not able to hold once I feel urgency

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Arunachalam Says:

I am taking soliten 5mg once daily. I feel very dry mouth and have to drink water often that leads to frequent urination. What is the remedy? I am also taking Repace 50, clopilet, metolar 25mg in the morning, and urimax D, tonact 10, hydride 12.5 half tablet and Zevit capsule in the night.

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Pratima Says:
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Soliten 5mg has caused an all time vertigo.Is there any remedy thereof? Although incontinence has been improved. How much time this medicine need be taken at a stretch? Has there any medicine to get rid from vertigo,which is a common feature.

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