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Overactive bladder meds.

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  • Posted By: anxious Annie
  • November 16, 2009
  • 04:25 PM

I have been taking Enablex for about two months. I take the lowest dosage. It works wonders for the urinary frequency but I have now started having bad constipation problems. How should this be handled? I hate to get dependent on laxitaves.

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  • I have been taking Enablex for about two months. I take the lowest dosage. It works wonders for the urinary frequency but I have now started having bad constipation problems. How should this be handled? I hate to get dependent on laxitaves. Thanks. .My doctor didn't mention there was medication for over-active bladder. She said since I didn't have a UTI it must be 'spastic bladder', but I read somewhere they are pretty much the same thing, but she wants to send me to a Pelvic Specialist. Where do you live, so that I can ask my doctor about this medication you are on and make sure its called the same...?
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