Soliten 5 mg
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Offer|
|30 Tablet/s||US$ 1.03||US$ 30.75||
|60 Tablet/s||US$ 1.02||US$ 61.49||
|90 Tablet/s||US$ 1.02||US$ 92.22||
|US Brand Name||Vesicare|
|Manufacturer||Sun Pharma Laboratories Ltd, India|
Solifenacin is the main active ingredient of Soliten 5 mg. This drug belongs to a category of antimuscarinic or antagonists of muscarinic receptors. Soliten is prescribed for treating hyperactive/overactive urinary bladder.
Hyperactive urinary bladder is a medical situation with an uncontrolled urinary bladder contraction. This leads to frequent urination urges and no voluntary control over urine release. Solifenacin is very efficient in causing the relaxation of excessively contracted bladder muscles. This drug helps lower the frequency of urination as it interferes with certain chemicals constantly being produced in the body.
The recommended dose of Solifenacin for adults is 5 mg once every day. The dose should be adjusted as per the patient's response towards the drug under the supervision of your doctor. Report to your doctor after a regular interval of 3 to 4 weeks.
Solifenacin is available in the form of a tablet form to be consumed orally with a sufficient amount of water. Completely swallow this medicine with water, and do not chew it.
You should give the doctor all the relevant information related to your medical background. Solifenacin has been reported to cause severe allergic reactions in some cases, like if you are undergoing any surgery, suffering from diabetes, consuming alcohol and smoking, and have heart, kidney or liver issues.
Consult your doctor before taking Solifenacin tablets along with other medications. This may lead to allergic reactions and other severe complications
The following problems have been reported to contraindicate the medicine Solifenacin:
— Gastric problems
— Urinary tract infections
— Hepatomegaly or other liver disorders
— Patients kept on haemodialysis
— Cardiovascular disorders like longer QT syndrome
— Pregnant and lactating women
— Children below 10 years of age
Solifenacin drug is reported to interact with several other medications:
— Potassium containing drugs
— Antifungals with azole components such as ketoconazole and itraconazole
The following side effects have been reported in the case of Solifenacin:
- Change in vision
- Stomach pain
- Vomiting and nausea
- Fluctuation in blood sugar level
- Bleeding nose
- Abnormal stools
- Loss of appetite
- Fever and insomnia
- Skin problems
- Mood swings