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Vesicare Tablets

Incontinence can take several forms including:

  • stress incontinence due to weakened pelvic and urethral muscles
  • urge incontinence which results from an overactive detrusor muscle
  • overflow incontinence which occurs when the bladder is obstructed, preventing urine to completely pass out
  • total incontinence which can be caused by issues from birth or spinal injuries.

Certain health issues can make your chances of developing incontinence higher including vaginal births weakening the pelvic floor, family history of it, obesity and increased age.

Treatments such as Vesicare can support you in getting control of your incontinence by relaxing the bladder’s muscles, reducing leaks and the urge to take regular trips to the bathroom.

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vesicare 5mg

30 tablets (£0.00 per tablet) £0.00
Expected Delivery Date: Thursday, 19 September 2019 Expected Delivery Date: Thursday, 19 September If you order within:
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Can I buy Vesicare Online?

Vesicare is a prescription-only treatment which will be available online to purchase once you have completed a short health assessment and been approved for it. Our in-house doctors will confirm that Vesicare is the best medication to treat you based on various factors including any other medications you take and the severity of your symptoms.

Once you have your prescription you can purchase your product right away. It will then be sent in discreet packaging to your chosen address via next day delivery where possible.

How effective is Vesicare?

Vesicare has the active ingredient solifenacin which has been shown in studies to selectively focus on the bladder over other organs; and whereas other medications also affect the salivary glands causing a dry mouth, solifenacin has a lower effect on them.

Most patients will be started on the lowest effective dose and if necessary, thiscan be increased after around 4 weeks though this can be changed and discussed with your doctor at any time.

Why choose Vesicare?

Vesicare is an appealing option for many incontinence sufferers as it is a once-a-day oral medication rather than the 2 or more tablets required by other treatments.

Patients have noted that they experience very few side effects when using Vesicare with high numbers able to tolerate the medication. Even higher doses of the drug did not show an increase in the discontinuation of the treatment with patients noting improvement of their incontinence and quality of life when using it.

What is contained in Vesicare?

The active ingredient is Vesicare is solifenacin succinate.

The inactive ingredients are:

  • lactose monohydrate
  • corn starch
  • hypromellose 2910
  • magnesium stearate
  • talc
  • polyethene glycol 8000
  • titanium dioxide

If you have an intolerance or allergy to lactose, be sure to let your doctor know this before purchasing the prescription.

How should I take Vesicare?

Take Vesicare as directed by your doctor who will recommend the appropriate dose when giving your your prescription. The tablet is usually taken once a day with water and either with or without food, though side effects can often be lessened when medication is taken with food in some instances.

How does Vesicare work?

Vesicare’s active ingredient is a medicine known as an antimuscarinic which is designed to relax muscles; in this case, it relaxes the muscles found in the bladder wall which when constricted cause you to urinate.

It blocks the receptors on the surface of the muscle cells, and a chemical which stimulates the muscle and contracts the bladder causing it to empty called acetylcholine, is prevented from working.

By relaxing these muscles, the bladder stops involuntarily contracting and in turn increases its capacity and reduces the urgent sensation of needing to urinate.

How long can I take Vesicare for?

Incontinence medication is usually taken over a long period. Most patients will see improvements during the first 4 weeks, after which you can continue on this dose if you find your body can tolerate it. If you feel the dosage is not high enough to ease your symptoms, you can look to increase it, but the length of time you take it for and the dosage level can all be discussed with your doctor at any time.

As with any long term treatment, your doctor will want to review it regularly to ensure you are still on the most effective medication to treat your symptoms.

What are the side effects of Vesicare?

All medications carry the risk of side effects and Vesicare carries this same possibility though, in trials, the majority of patients were able to tolerate it well with mild or no issues.

The most common side effects include:

  • a dry mouth
  • constipation
  • nausea
  • indigestion
  • stomach pains

If you experience any side effects which affect your quality of life or feel very severe either contact your doctor or seek emergency help.

Other Warnings to consider

Vesicare can cause issues such as blurry vision and drowsiness which can affect your ability to drive or operate machinery. If and when the medication affects you in this way it is advisable to avoid such activities. Speak to your doctor to discuss your options if this side effect continues to affect you.

Patients with reduced kidney or liver function, severe constipation, an enlarged prostate, or a hiatus hernia should use Vesicare with caution. Anyone with a history, or family history, of the slow or irregular heart rate should also avoid Vesicare unless otherwise directed.

There are a number of situations where patients should not take Vesicare. They include anyone with:

  • disorders of the stomach and/or intestines
  • kidney failure
  • myasthenia gravis
  • galactose intolerance
  • closed-angle glaucoma

Women who are pregnant or breastfeeding should not use Vesicare either though you can discuss this with your doctor if you feel you need this type of treatment. Your doctor will look to weigh the risks to mother and baby against the benefits of the medication and will help you to find a a safe and appropriate option if Vesicare is not considered right at this time.

Patient Information Leaflet
Always read the patient information leaflet before starting your treatment. The patient information can be found here.