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Gemtesa works to treat symptoms of OAB by sending signals that relax your bladder muscles. This allows your bladder to fill to capacity before sending your brain signals that you need to urinate. How is Gemtesa taken? Your doctor will explain how you should take Gemtesa.Is gemtesa good for overactive bladder?
Gemtesa is a brand-name prescription medication that’s FDA-approved to treat overactive bladder (OAB). With this condition, you may experience sudden urges to urinate. And the urges may be frequent or difficult to control. Specifically, Gemtesa is approved to treat OAB in adults who have the following urinary symptoms:Is gemtesa a generic?
urge incontinence (a sudden, intense urge to urinate that causes you to leak urine before you can get to a bathroom) Gemtesa comes as a tablet that you swallow. It contains the active ingredient vibegron. (An active ingredient is what makes a drug work.) Gemtesa belongs to a group of called beta-3 agonists. Gemtesa isn’t available as a generic.Is gemtesa safe for children?
Gemtesa is a prescription medicine for adults used to treat the following symptoms due to a condition called overactive bladder: urge urinary incontinence: a strong need to urinate with leaking or wetting accidents It is not known if Gemtesa is safe and effective in children.