Phenazopyridine is a pain reducer that impacts the lower part of your urinary system tract. Phenazopyridine will deal with urinary symptoms, yet this drug will not treat urinary system tract infection. Take any antibiotic that your doctor suggests to deal with an infection. Phenazopyridine might be used for functions not detailed in this drug overview. You need to not use phenazopyridine if you have kidney disease. FDA maternity group B. Phenazopyridine is not anticipated to harm unborn child. It is not understood whether phenazopyridine passes into breast milk or if it could damage a nursing child. Phenazopyridine will more than likely dim the color of your urine to an orange or red shade. Darkened urine might also cause spots to your undergarments that may be long-term. Phenazopyridine can also permanently discolor soft call lenses, and you need to not use them while taking this medication. Do not use phenazopyridine for longer than 2 days unless your doctor has told you to.
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