Diseases Symptoms Drugs Injuries Surgeries Vitamins Pediatric Symptoms
  home         about us         support center         contact us         terms of service         site map


Brand & Generic Names

Atrosept Urimed
Dolsed Urinary Antiseptic No. 2
Hexalol Urised
Prosed/DS Uriseptic
Trac Tabs 2X Uritab
U-Tract Uritin
UAA Uro-Ves
Uridon Modified

Basic Information

  • Habit forming? No
  • Prescription needed? Yes
  • Available as generic? No
  • Drug class: Analgesic (urinary), antispasmodic, anti-infective (urinary)


    A combination medicine to control infection, spasms and pain caused by urinary tract infections.

Dosage & Usage Information

How to take:
Tablet--Swallow with liquid or food to lessen stomach irritation.

When to take:
30 minutes before meals (unless directed otherwise by doctor).

If you forget a dose:
Take as soon as you remember up to 2 hours late. If more than 2 hours, wait for next scheduled dose (don't double this dose).

What drug does:
Makes urine acid. Blocks nerve impulses at parasympathetic nerve endings, preventing muscle contractions and gland secretions of organs involved. Methenamine destroys some germs.

Time lapse before drug works:
15 to 30 minutes.

Don't take with:
Any other medicine without consulting your doctor or pharmacist.


Dilated pupils, rapid pulse and breathing, dizziness, fever, hallucinations, confusion, slurred speech, agitation, flushed face, convulsions, coma.


  • Dial 911 (emergency) or O (operator) for an ambulance or medical help. Then give first aid immediately.
  • See EMERGENCY Information.

Possible Adverse Reactions or Side Effects


    Heartbeat irregularity, Seek emergency shortness of breath or treatment immediately. difficulty breathing.


    Dry mouth, throat, ears, nose.


  • Flushed, red face; drowsiness; difficult urination; nausea and vomiting; abdominal pain; ringing or buzzing in ears; severe drowsiness; back pain; lightheadedness.
  • Headache, nasal congestion, altered taste.


    Blurred vision; pain in eyes; skin rash, hives.

Warnings & Precautions

Don't take if:

  • You are allergic to any of the ingredients or aspirin.
  • Brain damage in child.
  • You have glaucoma.

Before you start, consult your doctor:

  • If you are on any special diet such as low-sodium.
  • If you have had a hiatal hernia, bronchitis, asthma, liver disease, stomach or duodenal ulcers.
  • If you have asthma, nasal polyps, bleeding disorder or enlarged prostate.
  • If you will have any surgery within 2 months.
  • If you have heart disease.

Over age 60:

  • Adverse reactions and side effects may be more frequent and severe than in younger persons.
  • More likely to cause hidden bleeding in stomach or intestines. Watch for dark stools.

Risk to unborn child outweighs benefits. Don't use.

Drug passes into milk. Avoid or discontinue nursing until you finish medicine.

Infants & children:
Side effects more likely. Not recommended in children under 12.

Prolonged use:
May lead to constipation or kidney damage. Request lab studies to monitor effects of prolonged use.

Skin & sunlight:
No problems expected.

Driving, piloting or hazardous work:
May disqualify for piloting aircraft during time you take medicine.

May be unnecessary to finish medicine. Follow your symptoms and doctor's advice.


  • Salicylates can complicate surgery, pregnancy, labor and delivery, and illness.
  • Urine tests for blood sugar may be inaccurate.
  • Drink cranberry juice or eat prunes or plums to help make urine more acid.

Possible Interaction with Other Drugs

------------------------ -----------------------
Allopurinol Decreased allopurinol effect.
Amantadine Increased atropine and belladonna
Antacids* Decreased salicylate and
methenamine effect.
Anticoagulants* Increased anticoagulant effect.
Abnormal bleeding.
Anticholinergics, Increased atropine and
other* belladonna effect.
Antidepressants, Increased
other* sedation.
Antidiabetics, oral* Low blood sugar.
Antihistamines* Increased atropine and hyoscyamine
Aspirin Likely salicylate toxicity.
Beta-adrenergic Decreased antihypertensive
blockers* effect.
Carbonic anhydrase Decreased
inhibitors* methenamine effect.
Cortisone drugs* Increased internal-eye pressure,
increased cortisone effect. Risk of
ulcers and stomach bleeding.
Diuretics, thiazide* Decreased urine acidity.
Furosemide Possible salicylate toxicity.
Gold compounds* Increased likelihood of kidney
Haloperidol Increased internal-eye pressure.
Indomethacin Risk of stomach bleeding and
Ketoconazole Reduced ketoconazole effect.
MAO inhibitors* Increased belladonna and atropine
Meperidine Increased atropine and hyoscyamine
Methylphenidate Increased atropine and hyoscyamine
Minoxidil Decreased minoxidil effect.
Non-steroidal Risk of stomach
anti-inflammatory bleeding and ulcers.
Orphenadrine Increased atropine and hyoscyamine
Oxprenolol Decreased antihypertensive effect
of oxprenolol.
Para-aminosalicylic Possible salicylate
acid (PAS) toxicity.
Penicillins* Increased effect of both drugs.
Phenobarbital Decreased salicylate effect.
Phenothiazines* Increased atropine and hyoscyamine
Phenytoin Increased phenytoin effect.
Pilocarpine Loss of pilocarpine effect in
glaucoma treatment.
Potassium Possible intestinal
supplements* ulcers with oral potassium tablets.
Probenecid Decreased probenecid effect.
Propranolol Decreased salicylate effect.
Rauwolfia alkaloids* Decreased salicylate effect.
Salicylates, other* Likely salicylate toxicity.
Sedatives* or central Increased sedative effect of
nervous system (CNS) both drugs.
Sodium bicarbonate Decreased methenamine effect.
Spironolactone Decreased spironolactone effect.
Sulfa drugs* Possible kidney damage.
Sulfinpyrazone Decreased sulfinpyrazone effect.
Terfenadine May conceal symptoms of salicylate
overdose, such as ringing in ears.
Vitamin C (1 to 4 Increased effect of
grams per day) methenamine, contributing to urine
acidity; decreased atropine effect;
possible salicylate toxicity.

Possible Interaction with Other Substances

--------------- ---------------
Alcohol: Excessive sedation. Possible
stomach irritation and bleeding.
Beverages: None expected.
Cocaine: Excessively rapid heartbeat. Avoid.
Foods: None expected.
Marijuana: Drowsiness and dry mouth. May slow
body's recovery.
Tobacco: Dry mouth.

Dserun mollit anim id est laborum. Lorem ipsum and sunt in culpa qui officias deserunt mollit. Excepteur plus sint occaecat the best cupidatat nonr proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit anim id est laborum. September 24, 2004
read more


Excepteur plus sint occaecat the best cupidatat nonr proident, sunt in culpa qui officia deserunt mollit.
Support forums
Help desk
home       about us      affiliates     contact us       terms of service      

© 2005 All right reserved