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How long can I use Soliten tablets safely?

how long can i use soliten tabs????imean how long is it safe to use it?actually i started taking medicine under consult of a specialist who asked me to meet him again after 1 month .....but due to certain reasons i am not able to go 2 him right now,so i wanted to know if i can go on taking the medicine for some days?
Asked On : Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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Hi,
Tablet Soliten (solifenacin) , anticholinergic drug used for overactive bladder syndrome - can be used beyond one month. Depending upon the individual it is used from 3 months to 1 year. But it is advisable to visit your doctor , since there will be an analysis of your condition, dose reduction or increase. You may stop taking the drug if you develop any vision disturbances like blurred vision, long term constipation. As for now it is safe to use until you visit your doctor.

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Answered: Mon, 6 Aug 2012
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