Incurin (Estriol) 1 mg, 30 Tablets Rx
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Incurin is a urinary incontinence treatment designed specifically for spayed canines. This product contains short-acting estrogen that helps to reduce or eliminate accidental leakage due to incontinence. By restoring some of the estrogen that is lost following a spay operation, Incurin can help your dog to regain control and live a normal, happy life.
Who is Incurin (Estriol) 1 mg, 30 Tablets for?
Spayed female dogs.
Why use Incurin (Estriol) 1 mg, 30 Tablets?
This is a safe and effective alternative to Proin and other phenylpropanolamine drugs for female dogs that experience urinary incontinence. It is easy to give to older or spayed dogs, and they will experience better urinary control when taking it daily.
How does Incurin (Estriol) 1 mg, 30 Tablets work?
This product contains short-acting estrogen. This hormone helps to increase the reproductive hormones that are lost as we age or when we get our ovaries removed. This estrogen helps to improve the tone and control of the sphincter muscle.
Merck Animal Health
Each tablet contains 1 mg of estriol
How is Incurin (Estriol) 1 mg, 30 Tablets sold?
30 single-scored tablets per blister pack.
What are the side effects of Incurin (Estriol) 1 mg, 30 Tablets?
The most common side effects include reduced appetite (in approximately 13% of dogs) and vomiting (in approximately 10% of dogs). Typically, reducing the dosage will help mitigate the problem.
What special precautions are there?
Keep out of reach of children. It is not meant to be given to humans. It is only approved for use in animals. The estrogen in the product might increase the risk of a risky change in bone marrow. The data and safety studies show that the risk is low, but it is still a possibility.
What to do if overdose?
If overdose occurs, please contact your local pet hospital or emergency pet clinic immediately.
How can I store Incurin (Estriol) 1 mg, 30 Tablets?
Store at or below 75°F (25°C). Excursions permitted to 40°C (104°F).
This medication is usually used to treat a condition when phenylpropanolamine no longer works. However, vets have seen highly positive results from using Incurin as the first course of treatment.
No matter the canine size or breed, the first course of treatment for this medicine is 2 mg a day for two weeks. To administer, orally feed 2 tablets. Once the issue is mamanged, gradually lower the daily dose to 1 tablet, then ½ a tablet, until the lowest control dose is found. Be sure to give 1 full week between daily dose adjustments. Speak with a vet if the canine has no response to the highest dose amount of 2 tablets.