Urispas is a synthetic urinary tract spasmolytic used to treat complications of the bladder.
This is a medication that is used to relieve the pain during urination that is caused by a number of different medical conditions.
It can also be used for people who urinate too frequently, or who have to urinate too much at night. It can treat ulcers when used with other medication.
Urispas may make you dizzy and drowsy. It is also possible that it will blur your eyesight. If you are on Urispas do not drive or work using heavy machines.
If you are using this drug in combination with other medications or if you are taking alcohol while taking this drug, you are going to be more at risk of side effects.
Do not drink alcohol or any other substance that causes you to be drowsier than usual. These include sedatives and painkillers.
For people who are alcoholics or on another type of depressant, Urispas may be one of the risky medicines to take, so talk to your doctor first.
When you are taking Urispas, you should take care not to become too heated up, especially in a hotter area of the country or through strenuous exercise.
If you are currently pregnant or you plan on becoming pregnant while you are on a course of treatment with Urispas, you should tell your doctor.
The tendency of Urispas to pass into breast milk is currently unknown. Tell your doctor before you nurse your newborn, because you don’t want it to affect them.
Talk to your doctor if you are currently on any other form of medication. This can be prescription or over-the-counter. It can be herbal medicine or even a supplement.
Tell your physician if you have any type of allergies including food, fluids or pollen.
If you have problems with urination, if your prostate gland is a little enlarged, or if you are affected by glaucoma, tell your doctor before taking this medicine.
Never use this medication if you have any allergies or if you have issues with swallowing, diarrhoea, bleeding in the digestive tract and urinary problems.
Urispas should be taken exactly as your doctor has told you to. If there is any confusion, check the label of the pills package for precise doses and guides.
You can take this medicine regardless of your mealtimes. If you are having issues with your stomach after taking it, try to take it with food.
If you happen to miss a dose of Urispas, take the missed dose as soon as you know that you skipped it. In the case of you already being close to the time for the next dose on your schedule, skip the missed dose. Do not take two doses the next time to make up for the dose you missed. This can result in an overdose.
If you do feel like you have overdosed on this medicine, call your local poison hotline as well as the emergency medical services in your area immediately.
Common side effects include:
Low sweat production rate
Reduced taste sensitivity
More severe side effects include:
Severe allergies – symptoms include hives, rashes, itchiness, angina, trouble breathing, swelling, diarrhoea, eyesight problems, rapid pulse and vomiting
Contact emergency medical services if you notice these symptoms.
Some medicines may interact adversely with Urispas.
Urispas can interact with alcohol or other drugs and depressants to cause an increased risk of severe side effects and abdominal issues occurring.