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Terol 2 mg for oral administration contains 2 mg of Tolterodine tartrate, which belongs to a class of drugs known as antimuscarinics. The class of medication is effective in treating symptoms due to a condition called overactive bladder. If you are suffering from overactive bladder, you may find that:
- You have a strong need to urinate with leaking or wetting accidents
- You urinate often
- You have a strong need to urinate straight away
Terol 2 mg does not treat the symptoms of the overactive bladder in children.
Take Terol 2 mg exactly as prescribed by the doctor. Your doctor will prescribe the dose that suits you. Do not make changes in your dosing regimen without discussing it with your doctor. You can take the capsule before or after consuming food.
The recommended dose is one 2 mg capsule twice daily, except for patients who have renal or hepatic insufficiency or bothersome side effects, in which case your doctor may reduce your dose depending on your condition. Terol 2 capsules are not recommended for children. Do not open the shell of your capsules, and you should swallow it with a glass of water.
Your doctor will tell you for how long your treatment with Tolterodine last. Do not stop treatment too early just because you do not see an immediate effect.
Do not take Terol 2 mg if you:
- are allergic to Tolterodine or any of the other ingredients of this medicine
- have an eye condition called narrow-angle glaucoma, which is characterized by high pressure in the eyes with loss of vision
- are unable to pass urine from the bladder
- suffer from myasthenia gravis
- suffer from acute dilation of the colon
- suffer from severe ulcerative colitis
Talk to your doctor before taking Terol capsules if you have difficulties passing urine, gastrointestinal disease, kidney problems, neuronal disorder, abnormally low levels of potassium, hiatal hernia, a liver condition, or have heart-related complications.
It is not recommended to use Tolterodine with antibiotics, antifungal agents, and HIV medications. If you are pregnant or are planning to conceive, consult your doctor for advice. Breastfeeding is not recommended during the administration of Terol 2 mg capsules.
You should talk to your doctor immediately if you experience angioedema, such as difficulty swallowing, difficulty in breathing, swollen face, tongue, or pharynx. You should immediate medical help if you have experienced a hypersensitivity reaction. The symptoms of a hypersensitive reaction include itching, rash, hives, and difficulty breathing. Tell your doctor immediately if you notice chest pain, difficulty breathing at night, getting tired easily, and swelling of the legs. These may be the symptoms of heart failure. These side effects have been observed during treatment with Terol 2 mg. Common side effects are headache, dry mouth, vertigo, diarrhoea, increased weight, blurred vision, dry skin, dizziness, bronchitis, sleepiness, difficulty with digestion, tiredness, chest pain, difficult urination, and inability to empty the bladder.