|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Offer|
|30 Tablet/s||US$ 1.32||US$ 39.50||
|60 Tablet/s||US$ 1.22||US$ 73.008%US$ 79.00||
|90 Tablet/s||US$ 1.14||US$ 103.0013%US$ 118.50||
|US Brand Name||Vesicare|
|Manufacturer||Hetero Labs Ltd, India|
Soliten 10 mg is prescribed to treat the symptoms of an overactive bladder. These symptoms include having a strong or sudden urge to urinate without any warning sign, frequent urinating, or wetting episodes because you could not reach the bathroom on time.
The active substance of Solifenacin belongs to a class of medications known as anticholinergics. These medicines are usually prescribed to reduce the activity of an overactive bladder. This helps you wait longer before a bathroom visit and increases the amount of urine your bladder can hold.
Soliten, 10 mg tablets, can be taken with or without food, depending on your preferences. You should swallow the tablet with some water. Do not crush the pill. If you stop taking Solifenacin tablets, your symptoms of overactive bladder may develop again, or your condition may worsen. Always talk to your doctor if you are considering stopping the treatment.
Do not take Soliten 10 mg if any of the following applies to you:
—Are allergic to Solifenacin or any of the other ingredients in the medicine
—Have the inability to pass water or to empty your bladder completely
—Have a severe stomach or bowel problem
—Suffer from a muscle problem called myasthenia gravis, which causes extreme weakness in certain muscles
—Suffer from glaucoma (increased pressure in the eyes, with gradual loss of vision)
—Have severe liver diseases
—Undergoing kidney dialysis
—Suffer from liver disease and at the same time be treated with medicines that may decrease the removal of Solifenacin from the body.
Soliten should not be given to children and adolescents under 18 years. It is especially important to inform your doctor if you are taking:
—Other anticholinergic medicines, as side effects of both medicines, can be enhanced
—Medicines such as cisapride and metoclopramide, which improve digestive system function
—Medicines such as ritonavir, ketoconazole, verapamil, nelfinavir, diltiazem, and itraconazole, which reduce the rate at which the body breaks down Soliten
—Medicines such as bisphosphonates cause worsening inflammation of the gullet
—Medicines such as phenytoin, rifampicin, and carbamazepine may increase the rate at which the body breaks down Soliten.
Like all pharmaceutical agents, Soliten 10 mg can cause side effects, although not everybody experiences them. You must inform your doctor immediately if you experience an allergic attack or a severe skin reaction such as blistering and peeling. If angioedema (skin allergy that results in swelling that develops in the tissue just below the skin surface) occurs, Soliten should be discontinued immediately, and appropriate therapy should be taken.
The most common side effects of the medicine include blurred vision, nausea, constipation, and indigestion, with symptoms such as abdominal pain, nausea, burping, heartburn, stomach fullness, and discomfort.
If you get any side effects, speak to your doctor. This includes any possible adverse effects not listed in this medication guide.