Why buy Terol LA (Tolterodine Tartrate) for an active bladder?
Terol LA is a muscular receptor antagonist. It is used to relieve spasms of the muscles in the bladder. It is also being used in the treatment of overactive bladder. Terol LA may also be used in some conditions that are not stated here. It is manufactured Cipla. You can buy this drug here for $23.24 only.
How does Terol LA (Tolterodine Tartrate) work?
The active content of Terol LA is Tolterodine Tartrate. Terol LA relaxes the muscles in the urinary bladder. It improves the ability to control urination and reduces the leaking of urine. Terol LA prevents the signs of overactive bladder such as the need to urinate right away. Ask your doctor or pharmacist more about this medicine.
How to use Terol LA (Tolterodine Tartrate)?
Take Terol LA as advised by the doctor. Do not alter the dose and duration that is set by the doctor. The medicine has a leaflet; all the directions are written there. Complete the course treatment to have the best results. Avoid chewing or crushing the tablet. Swallow it whole with a glass of water. Taking this medicine does not depend on food timings. The amount of using this medicine is based on the condition of the patient. Terol is usually used twice a day.
What are the side effects of Terol LA (Tolterodine Tartrate)?
The side effects of this medicine do not come very often. The major and minor side effects of Terol are:
- Dry mouth and skin, Headache
- Abdominal Pain, Constipation
- Dizziness, blurry vision
- Chest pain and indigestion
This is not the whole list of the side effects of Terol LA. In case of persistent effects, call your doctor right away.
Warnings and Precautions
- Do not operate heavy machines if you are taking this medicine
- Keep this away from the reach of Children
- Store Terol in a room away from heat, moist and light
- Use this medicine only for the purposes that are stated here
Do not take Terol LA if:
- You are pregnant or breastfeeding
- You are allergic to its content
- You have a narrow-angle glaucoma
- You have stomach, intestine and urinary tract blockage
Tell your doctor if:
- You have kidney, liver diseases
- You have a history of QT syndrome
- You are taking another drug