What is Myrbetriq
Approved as Treatment by the FDAMirabegron, also known as Myrbetriq, is approved by the FDA for 1 uses which include Overactive Bladder Syndrome .
When to interrupt dosageThe prescribed dosage of Myrbetriq is contingent upon the recognized condition, including Neurogenic Detrusor Overactivity, Overactive Bladder Syndrome and a weight of at least 35 kg. The measure of dosage alters, dependent upon the technique of delivery (e.g. Granule, for suspension, extended release - Oral or Tablet, extended release - Oral) as indicated in the table beneath.
Myrbetriq Novel Uses: Which Conditions Have a Clinical Trial Featuring Myrbetriq?33 active clinical trials are examining the potential of Myrbetriq for treating Neurogenic Detrusor Overactivity, Pediatric Subjects with Weight at least 35 kg and Overactive Bladder Syndrome.
Myrbetriq Reviews: What are patients saying about Myrbetriq?
Patient Q&A Section about myrbetriq
Does Myrbetriq make you pee more?
"Myrbetriq can help children with NDO by increasing the capacity of their bladder and reducing the number of incontinence episodes." - Anonymous Online Contributor
What is the side effects of Myrbetriq?
"The most common side effects of MYRBETRIQ are high blood pressure, nasopharyngitis, urinary tract infection, and headache." - Anonymous Online Contributor
What is Myrbetriq used to treat?
"This medication is used to treat certain bladder problems including overactive bladder and neurogenic detrusor overactivity. Overactive bladder is a bladder storage problem while neurogenic detrusor overactivity is a bladder control condition caused by issues with the brain, spinal cord or nerves." - Anonymous Online Contributor
What symptoms does Myrbetriq treat?
"The detrusor muscle is the muscle that contracts and relaxes to hold and release urine.
Myrbetriq may be prescribed to adults with OAB in order to treat urinary frequency, urgency, or incontinence. OAB is caused by the detrusor muscle in the bladder contracting too often or without warning. The detrusor muscle is the muscle that contracts and relaxes to hold and release urine." - Anonymous Online Contributor