Vraylar And Urinary Incontinence

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Armando Says:
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Hi I'm Armando. I started taking vraylar 4.5 mgs. about 2 and a half months ago. After a few days, I started getting quick strong urges to urinate, sometimes not even making it to the restroom on time. Has anyone had similar problems while taking vraylar, I was prescribed it as a booster to make my other 3 antidepressants work better. I would really appreciate it if anyone that has or has had this problem would get back with me. Thank you in advance.



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VerFree Says:

Vraylar can cause elevated blood sugar as a side effect, and frequent urination, or urinary incontinence are symptoms of that, which is why it is often warned about as being a symptom to watch for in diabetics.

Have you consulted your doctor? Have they done any blood work?

Usually, blood sugar levels are tested regularly, while someone is taking this class of medications.

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