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|3||neurogenic bladder condition||Extreme thirst at times, fatigue, very frequent urination (maybe a symptom of the nerve injury), sometimes it doesn't seem to work as well as others -- seems to depend on how irritated the damaged spinal nerve involved is and/or maybe how much pressure there is on the nerve and or bladder. Symptoms generally get worse around my menses.||I get this medication from the local Costco Pharmacy, which serves a huge number of people, and was amazed to learn that I'm the only customer taking it regularly. I take 10 mg 4x a day. I would love not to need this medication, but without it apparently my bladder does not empty completely. I started taking it after having hardware from a failed lumbar fusion removed. That's when I developed the symptoms, which are very uncomfortable.||F||47||2 days ||8/29/2008||3||Gastroparesis||None||Helped for a few months. Worried it's stopped working.||F||23||4 months ||2/3/2008|
URECHOLINE (BETHANECHOL CHLORIDE): This medication is used to treat certain bladder problems such as the inability to urinate or empty the bladder completely due to certain causes (e.g., surgery, bladder muscle problems). It works by helping the bladder muscle to squeeze better, thereby improving your ability to urinate. (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)