Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 006536/001.

Names and composition

"URECHOLINE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of BETHANECHOL CHLORIDE.

Forms

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006536/001 URECHOLINE BETHANECHOL CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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006536/001 URECHOLINE BETHANECHOL CHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
006536/002 URECHOLINE BETHANECHOL CHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
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Answered questions

What are the side effects of taking the drug Urecholine for a bladder disorder?
I take this medication because my bladder doesn't empty. But I'm nervous and there's always a lump in my throat. Asked by Tobie Tozer 1 year ago.

Bethanechol for urine retention with or without neurogenic bladder has the following adverse effects: Common: abdominal cramps and diarrhea Less common: hypotension with reflexive tachycardia, flushing, miosis, salivation, nausea, urinary urgency, increased bronchial secretions and diaphoresis Life-threatening: bradycardia and bronchoconstriction Report what you feel to your doctor who can best advise you. Answered by Magda Demps 1 year ago.

Urecholine Side Effects Answered by Terra Edling 1 year ago.

Urecholine - Bethanechol chloride - is a cholinergic agent, a synthetic ester which is structurally and pharmacologically related to acetylcholine which is the neurotransmitter in all autonomic ganglia. Adverse reactions are rare following oral administration of bethanechol, but are more common following subcutaneous injection. Adverse reactions are more likely to occur when dosage is increased. The following adverse reactions have been observed: Body as a Whole: malaise; Digestive: abdominal cramps or discomfort, colicky pain, nausea and belching, diarrhea, borborygmi,(gurgling), salivation; Renal: urinary urgency; Nervous System: headache; Cardiovascular: a fall in blood pressure with reflex tachycardia, vasomotor response; Skin: flushing producing a feeling of warmth, sensation of heat about the face, sweating; Respiratory: bronchial constriction, asthmatic attacks; Special Senses: lacrimation, miosis. (constriction of the pupil) Causal Relationship Unknown The following adverse reactions have been reported, and a causal relationship to therapy with bethanechol chloride has not been established: Body as a Whole: malaise; Nervous System: seizures. Hope this helps Matador 89 Answered by Irwin Mouret 1 year ago.

From Medline Plus: (Urecholine is a brand name) Bethanechol may cause side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away: * upset stomach * vomiting * dizziness * sweating or flushing If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your doctor immediately: * shortness of breath * fainting * slow heart rate (pulse less than 50 beats per minute) Answered by Clemmie Kassis 1 year ago.

THAT MAY BE A NERVOUS SIDE EFFECT FROM THE MEDICATION THERE IS A MEDICATION CALLED "URISPAS " AND IT WORKS VERY GOOD FOR BLADDER PROBLEMS AND THERE IS LIKE NO SIDE EFFECTS AT ALL! Answered by Brynn Cribbs 1 year ago.


Antidepressants with urinary retention side effect?
I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was panicked thinking I... Asked by Yaeko Kjellberg 1 year ago.

I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was panicked thinking I was going nuts or something, and trying to hide the problem from my fiance because I thought there was something gross going on with me. Then I read that was one of the rarer side effects. Sure enough, within two days of stopping it, the symptoms lessened a lot and continued to lessen over a week or two (still weren't perfect). It had also killed my sex drive. I started zoloft two days ago for the depression and the urinary retention symptoms just got much worse again. Way worse. I'm really unhappy about this. i initially didn't think zoloft had urinary problems as a symptom but, upon a more thorough check just now, it does. What antidepressants might be options for me at this point? Answered by Delora Maita 1 year ago.

Yes these drugs do have urinary retention effects. I would talk to ur doc and tell him about the problems and then tell him to prescribe u Urecholine. This drug is a cholinergic medication that helps to contract the bladder muscle and helps u to pee. Hope this helps!!! Answered by Wynell Overlee 1 year ago.

Zoloft Urinary Retention Answered by Aaron Meekins 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: antidepressants with urinary retention side effect? I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was... Answered by Milton Bramuchi 1 year ago.

Any drug that has anticholinergic side effects (gives you dry mouth) may Answered by Barbara Genna 1 year ago.


Surgery question for the women?
I was watching a show the other day that said if you have bladder issues and weak muscles that vaginal reconstruction can help. Has any one ever had this and what was your experience? Asked by Jadwiga Borghi 1 year ago.

Dont have surgery unless yu have too i had a rectaseal, & it was a have to situation, & it still is complicating matters. about bladder weakness, the medicine "Urecholine" is especially made for that, & it comes in generic. also, do keegal excersizes, it'll benefit your sex life also! Answered by Andre Loudy 1 year ago.

ok....i know this sounds silly but it is true. I have bladder weakness and i get botox injected in my bladder about ever 9 months. I think it depends on how bad it is but mine is really really bad. I am only 21 but also have spina bifida with makes the weak bladder. The botox helps so much i stop taking my bladder meds after i have this done and just start back on them whenever i start to feel that the botox is going away and then i get the surgery again. It really does not even hurt.....day surgery and just a little pain that night. If you want to know more just email me. Answered by Blossom Barth 1 year ago.


Medical advice about throat?
i ve had a swollen throat for 2 years almost. i went to the doctor after 6 months of having it because i was getting depressed nd not feeling like myself. it took me this long to go. the doctor told me the throat can feel like it is closing when you are under stress. she gave me medicine, but i did not feel a... Asked by Evangelina Fucci 1 year ago.

i ve had a swollen throat for 2 years almost. i went to the doctor after 6 months of having it because i was getting depressed nd not feeling like myself. it took me this long to go. the doctor told me the throat can feel like it is closing when you are under stress. she gave me medicine, but i did not feel a change. then, i went to the ent, who looked inside. it cost 125 dollars becaus ehe looked inside with a camera. he said i had a little swellig which could be acid reflux related. he gave me medication, but he said to come back in a month if anything was wrong. i never went back cus it cost a lot and i guess im afraid to faCE MY PROBLEMS.. i didnt feel a change. its been a year since ive been back to the doctor. im 19. should i go back to my general doctor, i know her well and i feel like ill just look stupid. or shuld i go to a different ent , i never feel like myself or doing anything cus my mood is down. how can i be more open with my parents about it. Answered by Gertrud Geis 1 year ago.

"should i go back to my general doctor, i know her well and i feel like ill just look stupid" -- You would never look stupid. We understand. You won't be judged. As far as facing your problems, Psych isn't my area of nursing practice but I know you want to resolve this, so I encourage you to do that. Tell your primary what the ENT told you. Okay? And tell her how low you're feeling. I'm afraid this isn't the appropriate forum to get into how to be more open with ones parents. And there may be other things you'd like to talk about that are on your mind. Group therapy sessions are a great way to get immediate feedback, useful suggestions, a lot of support and encouragement without having the spotlight on you every minute and you'll know you're not alone in how you feel. Think about it. Answered by Omar Frymoyer 1 year ago.


What are the side effects of taking the drug Urecholine for a bladder disorder?
I take this medication because my bladder doesn't empty. But I'm nervous and there's always a lump in my throat. Asked by Renee Esler 1 year ago.

Bethanechol for urine retention with or without neurogenic bladder has the following adverse effects: Common: abdominal cramps and diarrhea Less common: hypotension with reflexive tachycardia, flushing, miosis, salivation, nausea, urinary urgency, increased bronchial secretions and diaphoresis Life-threatening: bradycardia and bronchoconstriction Report what you feel to your doctor who can best advise you. Answered by Willis Imperatore 1 year ago.

Urecholine Side Effects Answered by Collen Kloss 1 year ago.

Urecholine - Bethanechol chloride - is a cholinergic agent, a synthetic ester which is structurally and pharmacologically related to acetylcholine which is the neurotransmitter in all autonomic ganglia. Adverse reactions are rare following oral administration of bethanechol, but are more common following subcutaneous injection. Adverse reactions are more likely to occur when dosage is increased. The following adverse reactions have been observed: Body as a Whole: malaise; Digestive: abdominal cramps or discomfort, colicky pain, nausea and belching, diarrhea, borborygmi,(gurgling), salivation; Renal: urinary urgency; Nervous System: headache; Cardiovascular: a fall in blood pressure with reflex tachycardia, vasomotor response; Skin: flushing producing a feeling of warmth, sensation of heat about the face, sweating; Respiratory: bronchial constriction, asthmatic attacks; Special Senses: lacrimation, miosis. (constriction of the pupil) Causal Relationship Unknown The following adverse reactions have been reported, and a causal relationship to therapy with bethanechol chloride has not been established: Body as a Whole: malaise; Nervous System: seizures. Hope this helps Matador 89 Answered by Hank Sundell 1 year ago.

From Medline Plus: (Urecholine is a brand name) Bethanechol may cause side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away: * upset stomach * vomiting * dizziness * sweating or flushing If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your doctor immediately: * shortness of breath * fainting * slow heart rate (pulse less than 50 beats per minute) Answered by Dimple Fulk 1 year ago.

THAT MAY BE A NERVOUS SIDE EFFECT FROM THE MEDICATION THERE IS A MEDICATION CALLED "URISPAS " AND IT WORKS VERY GOOD FOR BLADDER PROBLEMS AND THERE IS LIKE NO SIDE EFFECTS AT ALL! Answered by Edmundo Revere 1 year ago.


Antidepressants with urinary retention side effect?
I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was panicked thinking I... Asked by Artie Lineman 1 year ago.

I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was panicked thinking I was going nuts or something, and trying to hide the problem from my fiance because I thought there was something gross going on with me. Then I read that was one of the rarer side effects. Sure enough, within two days of stopping it, the symptoms lessened a lot and continued to lessen over a week or two (still weren't perfect). It had also killed my sex drive. I started zoloft two days ago for the depression and the urinary retention symptoms just got much worse again. Way worse. I'm really unhappy about this. i initially didn't think zoloft had urinary problems as a symptom but, upon a more thorough check just now, it does. What antidepressants might be options for me at this point? Answered by Gricelda Mazzetti 1 year ago.

Yes these drugs do have urinary retention effects. I would talk to ur doc and tell him about the problems and then tell him to prescribe u Urecholine. This drug is a cholinergic medication that helps to contract the bladder muscle and helps u to pee. Hope this helps!!! Answered by Carleen Sorlie 1 year ago.

Zoloft Urinary Retention Answered by Hunter Motta 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: antidepressants with urinary retention side effect? I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was... Answered by Jimmy Erling 1 year ago.

Any drug that has anticholinergic side effects (gives you dry mouth) may Answered by Rod Mcclarty 1 year ago.


Surgery question for the women?
I was watching a show the other day that said if you have bladder issues and weak muscles that vaginal reconstruction can help. Has any one ever had this and what was your experience? Asked by Bethel Bandasak 1 year ago.

Dont have surgery unless yu have too i had a rectaseal, & it was a have to situation, & it still is complicating matters. about bladder weakness, the medicine "Urecholine" is especially made for that, & it comes in generic. also, do keegal excersizes, it'll benefit your sex life also! Answered by Ellyn Wessells 1 year ago.

ok....i know this sounds silly but it is true. I have bladder weakness and i get botox injected in my bladder about ever 9 months. I think it depends on how bad it is but mine is really really bad. I am only 21 but also have spina bifida with makes the weak bladder. The botox helps so much i stop taking my bladder meds after i have this done and just start back on them whenever i start to feel that the botox is going away and then i get the surgery again. It really does not even hurt.....day surgery and just a little pain that night. If you want to know more just email me. Answered by Joel Bearse 1 year ago.


Medical advice about throat?
i ve had a swollen throat for 2 years almost. i went to the doctor after 6 months of having it because i was getting depressed nd not feeling like myself. it took me this long to go. the doctor told me the throat can feel like it is closing when you are under stress. she gave me medicine, but i did not feel a... Asked by Wilson Urguhart 1 year ago.

i ve had a swollen throat for 2 years almost. i went to the doctor after 6 months of having it because i was getting depressed nd not feeling like myself. it took me this long to go. the doctor told me the throat can feel like it is closing when you are under stress. she gave me medicine, but i did not feel a change. then, i went to the ent, who looked inside. it cost 125 dollars becaus ehe looked inside with a camera. he said i had a little swellig which could be acid reflux related. he gave me medication, but he said to come back in a month if anything was wrong. i never went back cus it cost a lot and i guess im afraid to faCE MY PROBLEMS.. i didnt feel a change. its been a year since ive been back to the doctor. im 19. should i go back to my general doctor, i know her well and i feel like ill just look stupid. or shuld i go to a different ent , i never feel like myself or doing anything cus my mood is down. how can i be more open with my parents about it. Answered by Luetta Honn 1 year ago.

"should i go back to my general doctor, i know her well and i feel like ill just look stupid" -- You would never look stupid. We understand. You won't be judged. As far as facing your problems, Psych isn't my area of nursing practice but I know you want to resolve this, so I encourage you to do that. Tell your primary what the ENT told you. Okay? And tell her how low you're feeling. I'm afraid this isn't the appropriate forum to get into how to be more open with ones parents. And there may be other things you'd like to talk about that are on your mind. Group therapy sessions are a great way to get immediate feedback, useful suggestions, a lot of support and encouragement without having the spotlight on you every minute and you'll know you're not alone in how you feel. Think about it. Answered by Janett Lonabaugh 1 year ago.


What are the side effects of taking the drug Urecholine for a bladder disorder?
I take this medication because my bladder doesn't empty. But I'm nervous and there's always a lump in my throat. Asked by Stephany Landwehr 1 year ago.

Bethanechol for urine retention with or without neurogenic bladder has the following adverse effects: Common: abdominal cramps and diarrhea Less common: hypotension with reflexive tachycardia, flushing, miosis, salivation, nausea, urinary urgency, increased bronchial secretions and diaphoresis Life-threatening: bradycardia and bronchoconstriction Report what you feel to your doctor who can best advise you. Answered by Roxanne Hanible 1 year ago.

Urecholine Side Effects Answered by Hedwig Citino 1 year ago.

Urecholine - Bethanechol chloride - is a cholinergic agent, a synthetic ester which is structurally and pharmacologically related to acetylcholine which is the neurotransmitter in all autonomic ganglia. Adverse reactions are rare following oral administration of bethanechol, but are more common following subcutaneous injection. Adverse reactions are more likely to occur when dosage is increased. The following adverse reactions have been observed: Body as a Whole: malaise; Digestive: abdominal cramps or discomfort, colicky pain, nausea and belching, diarrhea, borborygmi,(gurgling), salivation; Renal: urinary urgency; Nervous System: headache; Cardiovascular: a fall in blood pressure with reflex tachycardia, vasomotor response; Skin: flushing producing a feeling of warmth, sensation of heat about the face, sweating; Respiratory: bronchial constriction, asthmatic attacks; Special Senses: lacrimation, miosis. (constriction of the pupil) Causal Relationship Unknown The following adverse reactions have been reported, and a causal relationship to therapy with bethanechol chloride has not been established: Body as a Whole: malaise; Nervous System: seizures. Hope this helps Matador 89 Answered by Quinton Dimario 1 year ago.

From Medline Plus: (Urecholine is a brand name) Bethanechol may cause side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away: * upset stomach * vomiting * dizziness * sweating or flushing If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your doctor immediately: * shortness of breath * fainting * slow heart rate (pulse less than 50 beats per minute) Answered by Gemma Rubenstein 1 year ago.

THAT MAY BE A NERVOUS SIDE EFFECT FROM THE MEDICATION THERE IS A MEDICATION CALLED "URISPAS " AND IT WORKS VERY GOOD FOR BLADDER PROBLEMS AND THERE IS LIKE NO SIDE EFFECTS AT ALL! Answered by Nidia Barber 1 year ago.


Antidepressants with urinary retention side effect?
I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was panicked thinking I... Asked by Colby Kiko 1 year ago.

I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was panicked thinking I was going nuts or something, and trying to hide the problem from my fiance because I thought there was something gross going on with me. Then I read that was one of the rarer side effects. Sure enough, within two days of stopping it, the symptoms lessened a lot and continued to lessen over a week or two (still weren't perfect). It had also killed my sex drive. I started zoloft two days ago for the depression and the urinary retention symptoms just got much worse again. Way worse. I'm really unhappy about this. i initially didn't think zoloft had urinary problems as a symptom but, upon a more thorough check just now, it does. What antidepressants might be options for me at this point? Answered by Sharon Tanigawa 1 year ago.

Yes these drugs do have urinary retention effects. I would talk to ur doc and tell him about the problems and then tell him to prescribe u Urecholine. This drug is a cholinergic medication that helps to contract the bladder muscle and helps u to pee. Hope this helps!!! Answered by Jacques Mihalik 1 year ago.

Zoloft Urinary Retention Answered by Trent Krutz 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: antidepressants with urinary retention side effect? I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was... Answered by Kris Lace 1 year ago.

Any drug that has anticholinergic side effects (gives you dry mouth) may Answered by Cesar Weisner 1 year ago.


Surgery question for the women?
I was watching a show the other day that said if you have bladder issues and weak muscles that vaginal reconstruction can help. Has any one ever had this and what was your experience? Asked by Caprice Gelle 1 year ago.

Dont have surgery unless yu have too i had a rectaseal, & it was a have to situation, & it still is complicating matters. about bladder weakness, the medicine "Urecholine" is especially made for that, & it comes in generic. also, do keegal excersizes, it'll benefit your sex life also! Answered by Dian Pond 1 year ago.

ok....i know this sounds silly but it is true. I have bladder weakness and i get botox injected in my bladder about ever 9 months. I think it depends on how bad it is but mine is really really bad. I am only 21 but also have spina bifida with makes the weak bladder. The botox helps so much i stop taking my bladder meds after i have this done and just start back on them whenever i start to feel that the botox is going away and then i get the surgery again. It really does not even hurt.....day surgery and just a little pain that night. If you want to know more just email me. Answered by Bobby Gouchie 1 year ago.


Medical advice about throat?
i ve had a swollen throat for 2 years almost. i went to the doctor after 6 months of having it because i was getting depressed nd not feeling like myself. it took me this long to go. the doctor told me the throat can feel like it is closing when you are under stress. she gave me medicine, but i did not feel a... Asked by Johnathan Lenarz 1 year ago.

i ve had a swollen throat for 2 years almost. i went to the doctor after 6 months of having it because i was getting depressed nd not feeling like myself. it took me this long to go. the doctor told me the throat can feel like it is closing when you are under stress. she gave me medicine, but i did not feel a change. then, i went to the ent, who looked inside. it cost 125 dollars becaus ehe looked inside with a camera. he said i had a little swellig which could be acid reflux related. he gave me medication, but he said to come back in a month if anything was wrong. i never went back cus it cost a lot and i guess im afraid to faCE MY PROBLEMS.. i didnt feel a change. its been a year since ive been back to the doctor. im 19. should i go back to my general doctor, i know her well and i feel like ill just look stupid. or shuld i go to a different ent , i never feel like myself or doing anything cus my mood is down. how can i be more open with my parents about it. Answered by Helen Cocke 1 year ago.

"should i go back to my general doctor, i know her well and i feel like ill just look stupid" -- You would never look stupid. We understand. You won't be judged. As far as facing your problems, Psych isn't my area of nursing practice but I know you want to resolve this, so I encourage you to do that. Tell your primary what the ENT told you. Okay? And tell her how low you're feeling. I'm afraid this isn't the appropriate forum to get into how to be more open with ones parents. And there may be other things you'd like to talk about that are on your mind. Group therapy sessions are a great way to get immediate feedback, useful suggestions, a lot of support and encouragement without having the spotlight on you every minute and you'll know you're not alone in how you feel. Think about it. Answered by Ila Mccreary 1 year ago.


What are the side effects of taking the drug Urecholine for a bladder disorder?
I take this medication because my bladder doesn't empty. But I'm nervous and there's always a lump in my throat. Asked by Yanira Kazanjian 1 year ago.

Bethanechol for urine retention with or without neurogenic bladder has the following adverse effects: Common: abdominal cramps and diarrhea Less common: hypotension with reflexive tachycardia, flushing, miosis, salivation, nausea, urinary urgency, increased bronchial secretions and diaphoresis Life-threatening: bradycardia and bronchoconstriction Report what you feel to your doctor who can best advise you. Answered by Aleta Auxilien 1 year ago.

Urecholine Side Effects Answered by Clara Cosper 1 year ago.

Urecholine - Bethanechol chloride - is a cholinergic agent, a synthetic ester which is structurally and pharmacologically related to acetylcholine which is the neurotransmitter in all autonomic ganglia. Adverse reactions are rare following oral administration of bethanechol, but are more common following subcutaneous injection. Adverse reactions are more likely to occur when dosage is increased. The following adverse reactions have been observed: Body as a Whole: malaise; Digestive: abdominal cramps or discomfort, colicky pain, nausea and belching, diarrhea, borborygmi,(gurgling), salivation; Renal: urinary urgency; Nervous System: headache; Cardiovascular: a fall in blood pressure with reflex tachycardia, vasomotor response; Skin: flushing producing a feeling of warmth, sensation of heat about the face, sweating; Respiratory: bronchial constriction, asthmatic attacks; Special Senses: lacrimation, miosis. (constriction of the pupil) Causal Relationship Unknown The following adverse reactions have been reported, and a causal relationship to therapy with bethanechol chloride has not been established: Body as a Whole: malaise; Nervous System: seizures. Hope this helps Matador 89 Answered by Kittie Hacker 1 year ago.

From Medline Plus: (Urecholine is a brand name) Bethanechol may cause side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away: * upset stomach * vomiting * dizziness * sweating or flushing If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your doctor immediately: * shortness of breath * fainting * slow heart rate (pulse less than 50 beats per minute) Answered by Justa Brodine 1 year ago.

THAT MAY BE A NERVOUS SIDE EFFECT FROM THE MEDICATION THERE IS A MEDICATION CALLED "URISPAS " AND IT WORKS VERY GOOD FOR BLADDER PROBLEMS AND THERE IS LIKE NO SIDE EFFECTS AT ALL! Answered by Alpha Griffel 1 year ago.


Antidepressants with urinary retention side effect?
I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was panicked thinking I... Asked by Jennifer Tamminen 1 year ago.

I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was panicked thinking I was going nuts or something, and trying to hide the problem from my fiance because I thought there was something gross going on with me. Then I read that was one of the rarer side effects. Sure enough, within two days of stopping it, the symptoms lessened a lot and continued to lessen over a week or two (still weren't perfect). It had also killed my sex drive. I started zoloft two days ago for the depression and the urinary retention symptoms just got much worse again. Way worse. I'm really unhappy about this. i initially didn't think zoloft had urinary problems as a symptom but, upon a more thorough check just now, it does. What antidepressants might be options for me at this point? Answered by Rima Woeppel 1 year ago.

Yes these drugs do have urinary retention effects. I would talk to ur doc and tell him about the problems and then tell him to prescribe u Urecholine. This drug is a cholinergic medication that helps to contract the bladder muscle and helps u to pee. Hope this helps!!! Answered by Reynaldo Affagato 1 year ago.

Zoloft Urinary Retention Answered by Karole Zarin 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: antidepressants with urinary retention side effect? I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was... Answered by Lamont Prospal 1 year ago.

Any drug that has anticholinergic side effects (gives you dry mouth) may Answered by Tanika Pullan 1 year ago.


Surgery question for the women?
I was watching a show the other day that said if you have bladder issues and weak muscles that vaginal reconstruction can help. Has any one ever had this and what was your experience? Asked by Nanci Madyun 1 year ago.

Dont have surgery unless yu have too i had a rectaseal, & it was a have to situation, & it still is complicating matters. about bladder weakness, the medicine "Urecholine" is especially made for that, & it comes in generic. also, do keegal excersizes, it'll benefit your sex life also! Answered by Corene Zierenberg 1 year ago.

ok....i know this sounds silly but it is true. I have bladder weakness and i get botox injected in my bladder about ever 9 months. I think it depends on how bad it is but mine is really really bad. I am only 21 but also have spina bifida with makes the weak bladder. The botox helps so much i stop taking my bladder meds after i have this done and just start back on them whenever i start to feel that the botox is going away and then i get the surgery again. It really does not even hurt.....day surgery and just a little pain that night. If you want to know more just email me. Answered by Shenita Uptmor 1 year ago.


Medical advice about throat?
i ve had a swollen throat for 2 years almost. i went to the doctor after 6 months of having it because i was getting depressed nd not feeling like myself. it took me this long to go. the doctor told me the throat can feel like it is closing when you are under stress. she gave me medicine, but i did not feel a... Asked by Theron Minus 1 year ago.

i ve had a swollen throat for 2 years almost. i went to the doctor after 6 months of having it because i was getting depressed nd not feeling like myself. it took me this long to go. the doctor told me the throat can feel like it is closing when you are under stress. she gave me medicine, but i did not feel a change. then, i went to the ent, who looked inside. it cost 125 dollars becaus ehe looked inside with a camera. he said i had a little swellig which could be acid reflux related. he gave me medication, but he said to come back in a month if anything was wrong. i never went back cus it cost a lot and i guess im afraid to faCE MY PROBLEMS.. i didnt feel a change. its been a year since ive been back to the doctor. im 19. should i go back to my general doctor, i know her well and i feel like ill just look stupid. or shuld i go to a different ent , i never feel like myself or doing anything cus my mood is down. how can i be more open with my parents about it. Answered by Thomas Golanski 1 year ago.

"should i go back to my general doctor, i know her well and i feel like ill just look stupid" -- You would never look stupid. We understand. You won't be judged. As far as facing your problems, Psych isn't my area of nursing practice but I know you want to resolve this, so I encourage you to do that. Tell your primary what the ENT told you. Okay? And tell her how low you're feeling. I'm afraid this isn't the appropriate forum to get into how to be more open with ones parents. And there may be other things you'd like to talk about that are on your mind. Group therapy sessions are a great way to get immediate feedback, useful suggestions, a lot of support and encouragement without having the spotlight on you every minute and you'll know you're not alone in how you feel. Think about it. Answered by Dion Burbank 1 year ago.


What are the side effects of taking the drug Urecholine for a bladder disorder?
I take this medication because my bladder doesn't empty. But I'm nervous and there's always a lump in my throat. Asked by Oscar Binger 1 year ago.

Bethanechol for urine retention with or without neurogenic bladder has the following adverse effects: Common: abdominal cramps and diarrhea Less common: hypotension with reflexive tachycardia, flushing, miosis, salivation, nausea, urinary urgency, increased bronchial secretions and diaphoresis Life-threatening: bradycardia and bronchoconstriction Report what you feel to your doctor who can best advise you. Answered by Angelika Carlise 1 year ago.

Urecholine Side Effects Answered by Ossie Bainard 1 year ago.

Urecholine - Bethanechol chloride - is a cholinergic agent, a synthetic ester which is structurally and pharmacologically related to acetylcholine which is the neurotransmitter in all autonomic ganglia. Adverse reactions are rare following oral administration of bethanechol, but are more common following subcutaneous injection. Adverse reactions are more likely to occur when dosage is increased. The following adverse reactions have been observed: Body as a Whole: malaise; Digestive: abdominal cramps or discomfort, colicky pain, nausea and belching, diarrhea, borborygmi,(gurgling), salivation; Renal: urinary urgency; Nervous System: headache; Cardiovascular: a fall in blood pressure with reflex tachycardia, vasomotor response; Skin: flushing producing a feeling of warmth, sensation of heat about the face, sweating; Respiratory: bronchial constriction, asthmatic attacks; Special Senses: lacrimation, miosis. (constriction of the pupil) Causal Relationship Unknown The following adverse reactions have been reported, and a causal relationship to therapy with bethanechol chloride has not been established: Body as a Whole: malaise; Nervous System: seizures. Hope this helps Matador 89 Answered by Hobert Kotte 1 year ago.

From Medline Plus: (Urecholine is a brand name) Bethanechol may cause side effects. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away: * upset stomach * vomiting * dizziness * sweating or flushing If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your doctor immediately: * shortness of breath * fainting * slow heart rate (pulse less than 50 beats per minute) Answered by Haley Aubin 1 year ago.

THAT MAY BE A NERVOUS SIDE EFFECT FROM THE MEDICATION THERE IS A MEDICATION CALLED "URISPAS " AND IT WORKS VERY GOOD FOR BLADDER PROBLEMS AND THERE IS LIKE NO SIDE EFFECTS AT ALL! Answered by Ceola Deshotel 1 year ago.


Antidepressants with urinary retention side effect?
I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was panicked thinking I... Asked by Eldridge Jecklin 1 year ago.

I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was panicked thinking I was going nuts or something, and trying to hide the problem from my fiance because I thought there was something gross going on with me. Then I read that was one of the rarer side effects. Sure enough, within two days of stopping it, the symptoms lessened a lot and continued to lessen over a week or two (still weren't perfect). It had also killed my sex drive. I started zoloft two days ago for the depression and the urinary retention symptoms just got much worse again. Way worse. I'm really unhappy about this. i initially didn't think zoloft had urinary problems as a symptom but, upon a more thorough check just now, it does. What antidepressants might be options for me at this point? Answered by Cleveland Hervig 1 year ago.

Yes these drugs do have urinary retention effects. I would talk to ur doc and tell him about the problems and then tell him to prescribe u Urecholine. This drug is a cholinergic medication that helps to contract the bladder muscle and helps u to pee. Hope this helps!!! Answered by Grant Loza 1 year ago.

Zoloft Urinary Retention Answered by Lashaun Faro 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: antidepressants with urinary retention side effect? I tried taking trazadone for sleep for awhile - the doctor told me it also had antidepressant properties, and with family history of depression and nearly all the symptoms myself, I was hopeful about it. About five or six weeks in, I started to get horrible urinary retention symptoms. I was... Answered by Maricela Meekins 1 year ago.

Any drug that has anticholinergic side effects (gives you dry mouth) may Answered by Elsy Yazzle 1 year ago.


Surgery question for the women?
I was watching a show the other day that said if you have bladder issues and weak muscles that vaginal reconstruction can help. Has any one ever had this and what was your experience? Asked by Shelby Napolitano 1 year ago.

Dont have surgery unless yu have too i had a rectaseal, & it was a have to situation, & it still is complicating matters. about bladder weakness, the medicine "Urecholine" is especially made for that, & it comes in generic. also, do keegal excersizes, it'll benefit your sex life also! Answered by Bobbi Lammie 1 year ago.

ok....i know this sounds silly but it is true. I have bladder weakness and i get botox injected in my bladder about ever 9 months. I think it depends on how bad it is but mine is really really bad. I am only 21 but also have spina bifida with makes the weak bladder. The botox helps so much i stop taking my bladder meds after i have this done and just start back on them whenever i start to feel that the botox is going away and then i get the surgery again. It really does not even hurt.....day surgery and just a little pain that night. If you want to know more just email me. Answered by Verdell Siebel 1 year ago.


Medical advice about throat?
i ve had a swollen throat for 2 years almost. i went to the doctor after 6 months of having it because i was getting depressed nd not feeling like myself. it took me this long to go. the doctor told me the throat can feel like it is closing when you are under stress. she gave me medicine, but i did not feel a... Asked by Elana Povey 1 year ago.

i ve had a swollen throat for 2 years almost. i went to the doctor after 6 months of having it because i was getting depressed nd not feeling like myself. it took me this long to go. the doctor told me the throat can feel like it is closing when you are under stress. she gave me medicine, but i did not feel a change. then, i went to the ent, who looked inside. it cost 125 dollars becaus ehe looked inside with a camera. he said i had a little swellig which could be acid reflux related. he gave me medication, but he said to come back in a month if anything was wrong. i never went back cus it cost a lot and i guess im afraid to faCE MY PROBLEMS.. i didnt feel a change. its been a year since ive been back to the doctor. im 19. should i go back to my general doctor, i know her well and i feel like ill just look stupid. or shuld i go to a different ent , i never feel like myself or doing anything cus my mood is down. how can i be more open with my parents about it. Answered by Demetria Shaline 1 year ago.

"should i go back to my general doctor, i know her well and i feel like ill just look stupid" -- You would never look stupid. We understand. You won't be judged. As far as facing your problems, Psych isn't my area of nursing practice but I know you want to resolve this, so I encourage you to do that. Tell your primary what the ENT told you. Okay? And tell her how low you're feeling. I'm afraid this isn't the appropriate forum to get into how to be more open with ones parents. And there may be other things you'd like to talk about that are on your mind. Group therapy sessions are a great way to get immediate feedback, useful suggestions, a lot of support and encouragement without having the spotlight on you every minute and you'll know you're not alone in how you feel. Think about it. Answered by Marilu Colliver 1 year ago.


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