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|US Brand Name||Sanctura|
|Generic Name||Trospium Chloride|
|Manufacturer||Sun Pharma, INDIA|
Trofame XR 60 mg is indicated for treating hyperactive bladder, which urges you to urinate frequently, along with urinary inconsistency and urgency.
Trospium chloride is the primary active ingredient present in the Trofame XR drug. It belongs to a class of muscarinic receptor agonists and contains ammonium cations, preventing this drug from crossing the blood-brain barrier.
Trofame XR Capsule is an antimuscarinic; it inhibits the effectiveness of the urinary bladder. This drug works by relaxing muscles of the urinary bladder and preventing urgent, uncontrolled, and frequent urination urges.
Trofame XR helps treat uncontrollable contractions of the bladder muscles that cause urinary issues in treating hyper or overactive bladder. It also relieves pain and infection of the urinary tract.
Take the dosage prescribed by your doctor. The general dosage of this drug for an adult is one tablet a day. Dosage may vary as it depends on the severity and demand of the disease condition.
This drug is meant to be taken orally. Taking this with adequate water makes it easier to be consumed orally. Fully swallow the Trofame tablet with water and subsequently take a deep breath. Don't chew it, and discard the empty wrapper safely. Take your dose at a similar time daily, as this can become a habit and convenient for the patient to recollect.
This drug controls your condition, however, doesn't cure it. Follow your doctor’s advice for the best results.
Don’t take Trofame XR 60 mg if you are:
— For a patient with urinary retention, the doctor must be consulted in an urgency
— Hypersensitive to Trospium Chloride
— Patients with gastrointestinal disorder
— Have glaucoma or angioedema followed by rashes and other anaphylactic shocks
You should ask your doctor about the full list of the drugs to be avoided or that you should be careful of while taking this drug. The common drugs to be avoided while taking Trofame are digoxin, morphine, vancomycin, tenofovir, pancuronium, procainamide, metformin.
Dry mouth, constipation, abdominal pain, headache, general discomfort, fast or irregular heartbeat or pulse, dizziness, chills, dry eyes, urinary retention, bloating, and dyspepsia is some commonly reported side effects of Trofame. Inform your doctor about any side effects you experience to seek his advice.