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Who should not take Toviaz?

Anyone who is allergic or hypersensitive to any of its ingredients, especially fesoterodine, should not take Toviaz (fesoterodine extended-release tablet).

People who have untreated or uncontrolled glaucoma, an obstruction in the urinary tract that makes it difficult to urinate, an obstruction in your stomach or intestines, myasthenia gravis or disorders of the liver or kidney, should not take Toviaz.

Toviaz falls into pregnancy Category C, which means it is not known if this medication will cause harm to a fetus. It is also not known if this medication is passed to an infant through breast milk. Ask your doctor about the risks of Toviaz treatment if you are pregnant or nursing. The safety and efficiency of this medication has not been tested in children.

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