Mirabegron Extended Release Tablets
Mirago 25 mg
Mirago contains the active ingredient Mirabegron, which is formulated to treat symptoms of an overactive bladder. Patients with overactive bladder cannot control their bladder contractions. When bladder muscles contract too often or can’t be controlled, one can get symptoms such as a sudden urge to empty bladder, need to empty the bladder more than usual, and not being able to control when to empty the bladder. Mirabegron aims to reduce the activity of an overactive bladder and treats the associated symptoms. The medicine should be taken after a doctor’s prescription. The safety and effectiveness of Mirago 25 mg in children and adolescents under the age of 18 years have not been stabled.
Uses of Mirago 25 mg
Mirago 25 mg extended-release tablets are used for the treatment of overactive bladder with symptoms of urinary urgency, frequency and urgency continence. The medicine comprises of the active ingredient Mirabegron, which works by relaxing smooth bladder muscles and enhancing urine storage function.
The recommended dose Mirago is 25 mg once daily, and the treatment may increase up to 50o mg per day after 4 to 8 weeks based on individual efficacy and tolerability. Usually, Mirabegron 25 mg is typically effective within eight weeks. Your doctor may also prescribe Mirago 25 mg kin combination with solifenacin, a muscarinic antagonist for the treatment of overactive bladder symptoms including urinary incontinence, urgency, frequency. For people with renal and hepatic insufficiency. The dose should not exceed 25 mg per day. Mirago tablets are especially formulated to release the active medicine slowly over several hours. This helps patients manage their symptoms throughout the day until he/she gets the next dose. Never chew or crush the tablet.
The use of Mirabegron tablet during pregnancy has not been adequately studied in clinical studies. Due to lack of data, the medicine should only be taken your doctor has justified that the potential benefits of the medication are greater than the potential risk to the fetus. It is still not known whether Mirago 25 mg tablets excreted into human milk. Because many pharmaceutical drugs are excreted into human milk and have the potential to harm the infant, therefore nursing mothers should first consult their doctors before deciding on to take medicine.
Possible Side Effects
Mirago 25 mg helps most of the people with overactive bladder, but like other medications, it may too cause side effects in some people. The commonly reported side effects associated with the use of Mirabegron are indigestion, dizziness, headache, common cold symptoms, stomach pain, increased blood pressure, vaginal discharge, fatigue or sick feeling.
Tell your doctor if you are taking other medicine including antifungal drugs, HIV medications, medicine for mental illness, heart medications, medicines for the management of enlarged prostate, antidepressants, or anti-effective. These medicines may be effective by Mirabegron or may affect how well it works to ease your bladder symptoms. Don’t forget to tell your doctor about these medications. Drug interaction may also cause by vitamins and herbal supplements, so let your doctor know about all your herbal products as well that you use.