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Buy Darifenacin Online (Enablex, Emselex) 7.5/15mg 28 Tablets (Extended Release)


What is Enablex?


Enablex sustained release tablets is a medicine, which is used in the treatment of symptoms related to overactive bladder conditions. These conditions are sudden need for toilet, frequent need to go to the toilet and / or unable to leave the toilet on time and soaking the gold (incontinence due to sudden urinary incontinence).


What are the Ingredients of Enablex? What does Enablex contain?


Each tablet contains 7.5 mg of darifenacin hydrobromide as the active chemical ingrredient. The supporting materials are anhydrous calcium hydrogen phosphate, hypromellose, magnesium stearate, polyethylene glycol, talc, titanium dioxide (E171).


What is Enablex used for? What are the Indications of Enablex?


Enablex is covered under a group of drugs called antimuscarinic drugs, which relax the bladder muscles. This medicine allows you to hold urine for a longer time before going to the toilet goes and increases the capacity of mesenchy. The mesenchy can hold more liquid if the person uses Enablex.


What are the Contraindications of Enablex


Do not use Enablex in case you;


You are allergic to Enablex or its ingredients (hypersensitivity) 

You have urinating difficulties because of  blockage of the urine 

You face a delayed or slow gastric emptying (signs of gastric retention), 

You feel high pressure in the eyes with progressive loss of vision 


Be careful to use Enablex under below conditions in case;


You have difficulty urinating and your urine flow is weak

You live severe constipation

You face stomach-intestinal problem influencing the passage and digestion of food

You have any liver problems. 

You have a treatment high pressure in the eye with gradual loss of vision 

You live dkin rash, pruritus, urticaria, difficulty breathing or swallowing, dizziness (severe allergic reaction sign), swelling in the face, lips, tongue and throat.


How is Enablex used with Food and Drinks?


Enablex should be taken with liquid. It can be taken with meals or without meals. 

Can Enablex be used during Pregnancy and Breastfeeding?

If it is not an obligation, do not use Enablex while you are pregnant. If you notice that you are pregnant during your Enablex treatment, inform your doctor or pharmacist. 


If you want to breastfeed during the treatment of Enablex, consult your doctor. Pay extra attention to the use of Enablex in breastfeeding period. 


What are the effects of Enablex on driving car or using another vehicle?


In some cases the patients faced dizziness and and some eye problems. If you have these effects, do not drive or use a car or vehicle. Consult your doctor as soon as possible.


Can Enablex be used with other Medicines? What are the interactions of Enablex with other medicines?


In case you take one of the following medicines, you can need to change the dose or decide on other precautions: 


Some antibiotics (eg troleandomycin) 

Some antifungal drugs (eg, ketoconazole, itraconazole, miconazole) 

Some antiviral drugs (eg, ritonavir), 

Some antipsychotics (drugs effective in the treatment of psychiatric disorders such as schizophrenia and psychotic depression) (eg thioridazine) 

Some antidepressants (drugs that are effective against depression / psychiatric depression) (eg imipramine, nefazadone)

Some drugs used in the treatment of heart related problems (eg flecainide, digoxin) 

Some drugs used to reduce acid production on the surface (eg, cymetidine) 

Other antimuscarinic drugs (eg tolterodine, oxybutynin).


How is Enablex used?


Enablex is a medicine produced for adults (18 years of age and older). The recommended initial dose is once daily 7.5 mg. At least two weeks after the initial treatment, depending on your response to Enablex, the improvement you have and your tolerability against Enablex, the doctor can advise to take Enablex 15 mg per day.

 

In case you have certain medications (eg some antibiotics, some antifungals, or some antiviral drugs), do not take more than 7.5 mg / day. 


Do not leave the treatment before the time, even if you do not see any improvement immediately. Exact treatment period is deyermined by the doctor. 


Can Children and Elderly People use

Enablex should not be used by children. The elderly people can take Enablex at the same dose with adults. 

How is the specific use of Enablex in cases like Kidney failure and Liver failure?

No dose adjustment is necessary for patients with renal insufficiency


It should be used with a great attention by the patients who have liver problems. The doctor will decide whether you will use Enablex and what the dose will be. 


What happens if you take extra dose of Enablex or forget to take Enablex?


If you have taken too many tablets or if someone accidentally used your tablets in too much of a quantity, contact your doctor or the hospital immediately. It can require medical treatment. 


If you forget to use Enablex, next dose is taken at the usual time. If you notice that you forgot to take your medicine, if the next dose is close in time skip the forgotten dose and take the next dose at the usual time. Do not take double doses to compensate for forgotten doses.


What are the Side/Adverse Effects of Enablex?

What are the Less common side effects of Enablex?

bladder pain

bloody or cloudy urine

difficult, burning, or painful urination

frequent urge to urinate

lower back or side pain

Incidence not known

Decrease in the frequency of urination

decrease in the urine volume

difficulty in passing urine

dribbling or painful urination

Get emergency help immediately if any of the following symptoms of overdose occur:

Changes in vision

What are the More common side effects of Enablex?

Acid or sour stomach

belching

difficulty having a bowel movement (stool)

dry mouth

heartburn

indigestion

stomach discomfort, upset, or pain

Less common

Diarrhea

dizziness

dry eyes

lack or loss of strength

nausea

Incidence not known

Accidental injury

bloating or swelling of the face, arms, hands, lower legs, or feet

changes in vision

chills

congestion

cough producing mucus

difficulty with breathing

difficulty with moving

dry skin

dryness or soreness of the throat

fever

general feeling of discomfort or illness

headache

hoarseness

itching of the vagina or genital area

itching skin

joint pain

loss of appetite

muscle aches and pains

muscle stiffness

nervousness

pain during sexual intercourse

pain or tenderness around the eyes and cheekbones

pounding in the ears

rash

runny nose

shortness of breath or troubled breathing

slow or fast heartbeat

sneezing

stuffy nose

tender, swollen glands in the neck

thick, white vaginal discharge with no odor or with a mild odor

tightness in the chest

tingling of the hands or feet

trouble with swallowing

unusual weight gain or loss

voice changes

vomiting


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