|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|30 Tablet/s||US$ 0.45||US$ 13.50|
|60 Tablet/s||US$ 0.38||US$ 23.0015%US$ 27.00|
|90 Tablet/s||US$ 0.34||US$ 30.5025%US$ 40.50|
Flavocip 200 mg has been extensively used to treat urinary tract disorders described as smooth muscle spasms. Muscle spasms of the urinary tract may result from inflammation of the urinary bladder, urethra, or prostate gland. The medicine's active ingredient is flavoxate hydrochloride, which relieves symptoms of urge continence, including urine loss, the urgency to avoid, pain during voiding and nocturia.
Flavoxate hydrochloride has antispasmodic properties that prevent urinary tract contraction and reduce pain associated with urinary urge syndrome. This oral medication may also be prescribed to people who may develop symptoms due to cystoscopy, surgery, or cystoscopies, such as frequent urination at midnight, painful urination, and the inability to control urine flow. Flavocip is the generic brand for Urispas, which is used as a smooth muscle relaxant in case of urge continence. The medicine is safe and well tolerable, but it is always a wise decision to take it under the supervision of a specialist.
Do not take Flavocip 200 mg tablets if you have glaucoma, ulcers, stomach problems, or kidney impairment. Discuss with your healthcare provider whether the medications are safe during pregnancy or breastfeeding. Also, inform him if you have any allergies associated with using Flavoxate hydrochloride or Flavoxate, which may cause excessive drowsiness when taken with alcohol.
Common side effects of Flavocip tablets include blurred vision, photosensitivity, eye pain, nausea, and dry mouth. Seek immediate medical attention in case of rare and severe health complications such as persistent fever, irregular heartbeat, and skin rashes.
The information given here is based on the active ingredient of the medicine. The effects and uses of oral medication may differ from person to person. It is advisable to consult a healthcare provider before taking this medicine.
Always take Flavocip tablets exactly as recommended by your health care specialist. You should cross-check with him if you are unsure about the dosing regimen. Several factors are considered when prescribing Flavocip to a patient, including age, sex, and severity of the condition. Usually, it is taken three times a day to control symptoms associated with urinary continence. Please do not break the tablet but swallow it whole with a glass of water. To prevent nausea, take this oral medication after consuming food.