Vesicare 10 mg – 30 tablets coated (Generic Solifenacin Succinate)

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Solifenacin Succinate which is commonly known as VESIcare is a drug that is meant to reduce the muscle spasms of the urinary tract and the bladder. The drug is powerful enough to suppress symptoms of a sensitive bladder such as frequent urge to release urine and unprecedented leakage of urine. In this article, we are going to focus on important facts that you should know about Solifenacin Succinate.

Uses

Solifenacin Succinate is a prescription drug. You should only take it as instructed by your doctor. You should carefully follow the instructions on the container while taking the drug. Do not take more or less than what it has been prescribed. You should also avoid taking it longer than what the doctor recommended.  You are supposed to take Solifenacin once per day. You can choose to take it with food or separately without any food. However, you must take the medicine with enough water. Swallow the whole tablet and don't crush or chew it.  To preserve the effectiveness of the drug, it is advisable to protect it from excess heat and moisture. It should be stored in a room temperature.

Dosage

Users are advised to take 5 mg of the drug daily. If your body reacts positively to this dosage, you may consider raising the dosage to 10 mg per day. The drug should be taken once per day.  Patients with renal disorder are advised against taking more than 5 mg of VESIcare per day. The same applies to patients with mild hepatic impairment. Those with severe impairment of this condition should not take the drug.  It is also not advisable to take more than 5 mg of Solifenacin Succinate per day if it is administered with some powerful inhibitors. One such inhibitor is the ketoconazole.

Side Effects

You should stop taking VESIcare once you notice that you are allergic to it. Some signs of being allergic to this drug include breathing difficulty, having hives, swellings on the face, among other signs.  Meanwhile, here are the most common side effects of Solifenacin Succinate:

  • Stomach upset
  • Loss of appetite
  • Poor vision
  • Constipation
  • Dryness of the mouth
  • Heartburn
  • Severe headache
  • General body weakness
  • Feeling drowsy
  • Constant tiredness and fatigue
  • Nausea

You should seek emergency treatment if you start experiencing the following symptoms:

  • Minimal urination or when you fail to urinate
  • Extremely blurred vision
  • Hallucinations
  • Severe pain when urinating

Precautions

You should desist from using Solifenacin Succinate if:

  • You cannot urinate
  • Your digestive tract is blocked. This can be the intestines or even the stomach
  • Untreated glaucoma

Before starting the medication, tell your doctor about any pre-existing condition that you may be having.  You should first seek the doctor's advice if you have complications with your kidney or liver. Once you have commenced the medication, avoid staying outside on hot weather or doing strenuous exercises that can dehydrate your body. This is because Solifenacin Succinate decreases the rate of perspiration. You may end up losing of water in the body and even suffer from a heat stroke.  Since blurred vision is one of the side effects of VESIcare, you should avoid doing activities that demand your full attention and concentration. One of these activities is driving.

Although the effects of the drug to an unborn baby are not known, it is safer to tell the doctor if you are pregnant and you are planning to take VESIcare. It has not been proven whether the drug gets into the breast milk. To ensure that the baby is safe, it is not advisable to breastfeed your baby while on this medication.

The drug should not be taken by anyone who is below 18 years old.

Interactions

It is important Solifenacin Succinate interacts with other drugs. This information will be of great help especially when you are on other medications. Some of the most common drugs that interact with VESIcare include:

  • Nefazodone
  • Medications for seizure such as carbamazepine
  • Drugs for tuberculosis
  • Drugs for high blood pressure such as quinidine
  • Most antiviral drugs for treating HIV and hepatitis
  • Most antifungal medicines

Keep in mind that these are just some of the drugs that react with VESIcare. There are more drugs that are not on the list. It is vital that you update your doctor about all the medicines that you are taking.

Overdose

An overdose of Solifenacin Succinate can result to serious consequences.

In case of an overdose, you should immediately contact the nearest local poison control center or the emergency room.

US residents poison hotline contacts: 1-800-222-1222.

Citizens of Canada should contact their local poison centers immediately in case of the drug overdose for assistance.