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Tolterodine tartrate drug information

I want to know if this has ever been linked to dementia or Alzheimer's? ## Hello, Rindy! How are you? Yes, it has, as reported by the FDA and many research studies. It is an anticholinergic and they are well known to cause such risks in some people that take them. As a matter of fact, I'm just getting over a bad bout of bronchitis and at my doctor's appointment this past Wednesday, my doctor told me about a recent article she read that said they can actually shrink the brain and she's advising patients to avoid them, if possible. I'm not sure if there would be any way to actually prove the medication cause such an issue, because the people that usually experience it have other factors that have made them prone to developing it, anyway. Some studies actually provide a...

diabetic person can take it ?

would this medicine cause severe side effects on a diabetic person. Does it help with female organs in flammation. ## Hello, Carm! How are you? This medication is most commonly used to treat overactive bladder. I don't see anything listed in the warnings about not taking it, if you're diabetic, but you should only do so, if your doctor has prescribed it for you. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, urinary retention, blurred vision and stomach pain. Is there anything else I can help with?

tolterodine tartrate extended release capsules 4 mg alternative

This medicine is so expensive, and for 1 month I have used and it is very effective. No side effects. Iis there an alternative? ## Hello, Marci! How are you? I'm sorry about the expense. Yes, there are some alternatives available that may be cheaper. You could ask your doctor about trying Vesicare or Enablex. However, they aren't exactly the same, so there is chance that they may cause you to experience some side effects, which the FDA lists as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache and blurry vision. Is there anything else I can help with?

Terol La

can this drug cause double vision ## can the drug terol la cause double vision ## Terol LA contains the active ingredient Tolterodine, it is used to treat urinary incontinence. And yes, it is known to cause blurry or double vision as a side effect. You may also experience: nausea, dizziness, headache and constipation. When I was on another medication that caused frequent urination and the doctor gave me Detrol to use, which is another brand name for this, the blurry vision was so severe that I had to stop taking it and refused to ever use it, again. Learn more: Are there any other comments or questions?


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