Urecholine , also known as bethanechol, is a cholinergic agent used to help empty the bladder. This type of drug is used to help patients who are suffering from certain urinary tract or bladder disorders.
Urecholine can be taken orally in the form of a tablet or can be injected into the body by a medical professional.
Common side effects associated with this type of medication include belching, blurred vision, diarrhea, dizziness, frequent urination, headache, fainting, lightheadedness, sweating and vomiting. If side effects are severe or do not go away within a few days, contact your doctor or a medical professional for assistance.
Urecholine may also be prescribed for treatment of other conditions, as prescribed by your doctor.