Who should not take solifenacin succinate?

You should not take solifenacin succinate if you are allergic to solifenacin succinate. This medication is not recommended for you if you have liver disease, kidney disease, or have problems urinating. Also, if you have had a rare heart condition known as Long QT syndrome, inform your doctor before taking this medication. If you suffer from glaucoma talk to your physician before using solifenacin succinate, as this medication may not be safe for you to use. If you have digestive challenges or blockage this also may not be the right medication for you.


Your doctor may also recommend that you avoid using this medication if you are planning to drive or operate heavy machinery, as it can impair your ability to see clearly and respond as needed. If you are currently using solifenacin succinate and begin to experience symptoms such as overheating, unquenchable thirst, discomfort during urination, constipation, or complete cessation of urination stop taking this medication and contact your health provider immediately. This medication can be harmful to infants and unborn children, so using this medication while pregnant or breastfeeding is not recommended. Inform your doctor of any medications or herbal remedies you may be using as they could potentially cause an adverse reaction to this medication.

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