Guaifenesin Pse Used For Overactive Bladder

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Pubby2 Says:


Urologist put me on this in 1984. It now has become illegal in Wisconsin to get guaifenesin PSE in Wisconsin. This is the only thing that controls my bladder. Is there any way I could still get this as a prescription?? I do not want Mucinex D. If not what is the best generic overactive bladder medicine? Thank you so much.



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Pubby2! How are you?

I am not familiar with the specific laws there, but your pharmacist should be able to let you know if you can still get it via prescription, or not.

What other medications have you tried?

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