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Take only the amount of this medication that has been prescribed for you by your doctor; taking more than the prescribed amount can cause adverse effects.
If you miss a dose of this medication, begin taking it again the next day. Do not take two doses of solifenacin succinate in the same day.
Solifenacin succinate may cause blurred vision; do not engage in potentially dangerous activities such as driving until you know the effect of the medication on your vision.
This medication, like all anticholinergic medications, may cause drying of the mouth. Since continued dryness of the mouth can increase the risk of dental disease, alert your dentist if you are taking this medication.
Like all anticholinergic medications, solifenacin succinate can cause or worsen constipation.
Because of decreased sweating, this medication can cause heat prostration when used in a very hot environment.
This medication has not been studied in pregnant women. However, it has been shown in animal studies to impact pre- and post-natal development. If you are pregnant, or planning to become pregnant, do not start this medication before you have discussed it with your physician.
It is not known whether solifenacin succinate passes into breast milk. Women who taking this medication and wish to breastfeed should discuss it with their physician.
Possible Side Effects
Less common side effects that should be reported to your physician: severe abdominal pain
Symptoms of overdose: severe central anticholinergic effects, including blurred vision; clumsiness or unsteadiness; confusion; seizures; severe diarrhea, excessive watering of the mouth; increasing muscle weakness (especially in the arms, neck, shoulders, and tongue); muscle cramps or twitching; severe nausea or vomiting; shortness of breath, slow heartbeat; slurred speech; unusual irritability, nervousness, or restlessness; unusual tiredness or weakness.