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Flavocip 200 mg is mainly prescribed to treat muscle spasms of the urinary tract. It helps relieve bladder symptoms such as frequent and urgent urination, bladder pain, increased night-time urination, and urine leakage issues. These symptoms are often caused by prostate enlargement, overactive bladder, irritation of the urethra, or bladder infection. The medicine contains the active ingredient Flavoxate, a smooth muscle relaxant. It also has antispasmodic and anticholinergic properties that help control urinary continence symptoms and stimulates muscle contraction in the bladder of patients who suffer from pain during urination. Flavoxate 200 mg will not treat the bacterial or fungal infection of the bladder; such type of disease must be treated with an antibiotic drug. Be sure to take this medicine under the supervision of a health care specialist.
Take Flavocip 200 mg as directed by your health care professional. You must check the prescription paper for exact dosing instructions. If you have any questions, consult your health care provider. One can take Flavocip tablet 200 mg before or after consuming food. If you experience stomach issues, prefer taking it with food to reduce stomach irritation. Flavocip tablets do not treat the urinary tract, bladder, or prostate infection. The dosage is based on certain factors, including medical condition, age, and response to treatment. Your health care expert may lower your dose or frequency of taking the tablet after your symptoms have improved. The treatment's duration or length depends on your problem's severity.
Before taking Flavoxate, tell your health care provider if you are allergic to Flavoxate or any other ingredients in the medicine. Do not take this medicine if you have certain medical conditions, including intestinal blockage, stomach bleeding, or bladder blockage. Let your health care professional know about your medical history of heart problems, kidney failure, muscle disease, enlarged prostate gland, overactive thyroid gland, acid reflux disease, or an eye condition.
Dry mouth, headache, blurred vision, vomiting, and nausea may occur with Flavocip tablets. If any of these cause problems or persist for longer, tell your health care specialist immediately. Besides drinking water, you can suck a sugarless hard candy or chew gum to prevent a dry mouth. To prevent constipation or stomach upset, drink enough water, eat dietary fibre and exercise daily. You may also need a laxative to treat constipation, but make sure you take it under the supervision of a health care expert. Many people using this medicine do not have side effects. You, too, can avoid side effects by using it as directed by your health care provider.