Uta is a combination of methenamine, hyoscyamine, methylene blue, sodium phosphate and phenyl salicylate. It is used to treat the discomfort associated with a number of urinary tract infections and diagnostic procedures.
Uta is taken orally in the form of capsules, in dosages which are determined by your doctor.
Common side effects associated with this type of drug include flushing, nausea, dizziness, vomiting and dry mouth. Some of the more serious side effects include shortness of breath, urination difficulties, pink urine and mood swings. If you are experiencing some of the more serious side effects or if the side effects are progressively getting worse, contact your doctor or other medical professional for assistance.
Occasionally, Uta will be prescribed for other purposes, as directed by your doctor.