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Betmiga

Betmiga is a medication used to reduce the symptoms of an overactive bladder. The active substance mirabegron has a relaxing effect on the bladder's muscles. You can order Betmiga tablets online through the pharmacies working together with Dokteronline.com.

What is Betmiga?

Betmiga is used to reduce the symptoms of an overactive bladder. The active substance mirabegron has a relaxing effect on the bladder’s muscles. You can order Betmiga tablets online through the pharmacies working together with Dokteronline.com.

What is this medication used for?

Doctors prescribe Betmiga (mirabegron) for an overactive bladder. The symptoms associated with this condition include:

  • Having to pee often;
  • Not being able hold your pee (incontinence) suddenly having an urgent urge to pee.

An overactive bladder can adversely affect daily life. Patients who suffer from this usually prefer to stay near a toilet all day long or are ashamed of their incontinence. In an overactive bladder, the bladder muscle unintentionally pulls together, making it feel as if the bladder is full, even when this is not the case. Betmiga relaxes the overactive bladder muscle so that the bladder can contain more urine before the trigger signal is given. This reduces the complaints. These pills usually work within a few hours.

How do you use Betmiga?

Swallow the tablet whole with a glass of water. You can take this medicine with or without food. It may take some time before Betmiga has the desired effect. If the complaints have not been reduced after six weeks, please consult a doctor.

What are the dosages?

The partner pharmacies offer Betmiga 50 mg and 25 mg tablets online. A doctor determines which dosage you should use and how long you should keep taking this medicine. Unless otherwise prescribed by a doctor, the usual dosage is as follows:

Adults: once daily 1 tablet of 50 mg.

Betmiga tablets are not suitable for children. Read the instructions before use.

What are the side effects of Betmiga?

You may experience side effects when taking this medicine, including:

  • Accelerated heartbeat;
  • Urinary tract infection;
  • Gastrointestinal disorders (nausea, diarrhoea, constipation);
  • Headaches;
  • Dizziness.

An overview of all possible side effects can be found in the leaflet. If you suffer any side effects, contact a doctor or a pharmacist.

When is it best not to use Betmiga?

Betmiga (mirabegron) is not a suitable medicine for everyone. Do not use this medicine if you:

  • Are hypersensitive to mirabegron or any of the excipients used in the tablet (see leaflet);
  • Suffer from high blood pressure that is not under control.

Talk to a doctor about the use of this medicine if you suffer from liver or kidney problems, have difficulty peeing or if you have a certain heart rate abnormality (QT prolongation). If you are taking other medicines, consult with a doctor so you know whether you can combine them with Betmiga tablets. In the leaflet, you will find more information on these topics.

Pregnancy/driving/alcohol

Do not take this medicine if you are pregnant or if you want to become pregnant. Consult a doctor if you are breastfeeding and want to use this medicine. In a single case, Betmiga tablets can cause dizziness. Do not drive a vehicle if you are experiencing this side effect. There is no warning about the use of alcohol for this medicine.

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