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    Information about Darifenacin

    Darifenacin uses

    Darifenacin is used in the treatment of Overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms. OAB is a collection of urinary symptoms, including frequent urination, urgent need to urinate, and inability to control urination.

    How darifenacin works

    Darifenacin is an antimuscarinic. It works by relaxing muscles of the urinary bladder and prevents frequent, urgent or uncontrolled urination.

    Common side effects of darifenacin

    Dryness in mouth, Nausea, Constipation, Dyspepsia, Abdominal pain, Blurred vision

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    Expert advice for Darifenacin

    • Reduces abnormal contractions of bladder.
    • Can take up to 4 weeks before you see an improvement in your symptoms.
    • Helpful in men with urinary symptoms caused by enlarged prostate.
    • Avoid caffeine, alcohol or carbonated drinks as they can worsen your symptoms.
    • Side effects are mild and usually include dry mouth and eyes, constipation, difficulty urinating, blurred vision and sleepiness.

    Frequently asked questions for Darifenacin


    Q. What is Darifenacin?

    Darifenacin is an antimuscarinic medicine

    Q. What is Darifenacin used for?

    Darifenacin is used to treat symptoms of overactive bladder such as frequent or sudden rush to the toilet or leakage of urine

    Q. How does Darifenacin work?

    Darifenacin works by relaxing the bladder muscles thereby preventing frequent, urgent or uncontrolled urination.

    Content on this page was last updated on 24 November, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)