What should I know about Enablex before taking it?

Enablex treats overactive bladder (OAB) symptoms by reducing the need to frequently urinate. Enablex may cause blurred vision, so avoid potentially dangerous activities such as driving or operating machinery until you know how Enablex affects you. You should not use Enablex to treat OAB if you also have difficulty urinating, delayed emptying of the stomach (gastric retention), narrow-angle glaucoma, or liver disease. Enablex can also interact with some medications, and alter their effectiveness. Tell your doctor which medications you currently take before using Enablex.

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