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(Muscle spasms)
spasm is a sudden, involuntary Muscle contraction of a muscle, a group of muscles, or a hollow Organ (anatomy), or a similarly sudden ...
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Antispasmodic
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Azo Standard
Other name: Levsin (Levsin)
Other name: Pyridium (Pyridium)
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IBS*
Spasms
Cramping
Diarrhea*
Inflammation*
Bladder Spasms*
Ulcerative Colitis*
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Infection
Bladder Infection
Spasms
Bladder Pain
Bladder Spasms
Yeast Infection
Pain Burning
Painful Urination
Interstitial Cystitis
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antispasmodic (synonym: spasmolytic) is a medication or a herb that suppresses muscle spasms...
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Phenazopyridine is a chemical which, when excreted into the urine, has a local analgesic effect. It is often used to alleviate the pain, irritation, discomfort, or Urinary urgency caused by urinary tract infections, surgery, or injury to the urinary trac...
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Top Concerns
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Nausea
9
Bloating
8
Menstrual Cramps
4
Fever
4
Depression
4
Burning
3
Contractions
3
Dizzy
3
Addiction
2
Cough
2
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Azo
Numbness
6
Allergies
3
Irritability
3
Fever
3
Nausea
2
Insomnia
1
Stomach Problems
1
Depression
1
Bleeding
1
Vulvodynia
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Fever
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Depression
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Nausea
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Insomnia
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Stomach Problems
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Depression
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4
Bleeding
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Vulvodynia
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antispasmodic (synonym: spasmolytic) is a medication or a herb that suppresses muscle spasms...
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Phenazopyridine is a chemical which, when excreted into the urine, has a local analgesic effect. It is often used to alleviate the pain, irritation, discomfort, or Urinary urgency caused by urinary tract infections, surgery, or injury to the urinary trac...
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(Pyridium is over the counter Azo standard). You might...
" I find a smooth muscle antispasmodic helps me when I have ...suggest panty liners to protect your clothing (Pyridium is over the counter Azo standard). You might also try a few days without the... "

Standard to ease the bladder pain. That always helped me...
" ...I would encourage to check with your doctor to be certain you do not have a UTI. If you are clear from infection then you can ask for an antispasmodic or even take some OTC Azo Standard to ease the... "

In the meantime, I find Azo Standard helps with the bladder...
" ...call your doctor and have them check you for a UTI to be safe. If ...you a prescription for an antispasmodic. In the meantime, I find Azo Standard helps with the bladder pain.... "

tried using Azo Standard in addition to the antispasmodic...
" ...addition to the antispasmodic on the days the pain is bad? You can't use it continuously but I found it... "

antispasmodic or just take some Azo Standard to relieve the...
" ...worse weeks 3/4 as your stitches start to heal and get pinchy/scratchy feeling. Also if the spasms are too much you can ask for an antispasmodic or just take some Azo Standard to relieve the... "

a UTI before you take the Azo Standard because it will mask...
" ...for an rx for an antispasmodic though if they are mild over the counter Azo Standard will usually do the trick. ...sure you do not have a UTI before you take the Azo Standard because it will mas... "

to prescribe an antispasmodic for you. In the meantime,...
" ...spasms which prevents you from voiding at times when you bladder is especially full like first thing in the morning. If you can get in to see your doctor you should be checked for a UTI and then yo... "

doctor for an antispasmodic or you can try some Azo Standard...
" ...common after hysterectomy. If it's very painful you can ask your doctor for an antispasmodic or you can try some Azo Standard from the dr... "

worse. I never took an antispasmodic but did find that Azo...
" ...handled. It might be the infection making the spasms worse. I never took an antispasmodic but did find that Azo Standard over the counter helped with the pain. I hope you are feeling much... "

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of baking soda, antispasmodic meds such as Pyridium or...
" ...such a rough time! I know that MS is considered an autoimmune disease and some say that ...a teaspoon of baking soda, antispasmodic meds such as Pyridium or AZO Standard, lots of water and avoid... "

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