What is Uribel?

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As an executive at Mission Pharmacal Company in San Antonio, Texas, Terrell Herring oversees the commercial operations of this third-generation pharmaceutical business. In recent years, Terrell Herring was responsible for getting Mission Pharmacal to produce Uribel for Star Pharmaceuticals, LLC.

Uribel is taken to relieve the aches and pains caused by an infection or medical procedure in the urinary tract. Additionally, it helps to lessen the urge to urinate, in addition to alleviating cramps and spasms. While the product helps to alleviate discomfort in the urinary tract, it is not an antibiotic and therefore is not intended for individuals that have already been diagnosed with a urinary tract infection.

As with any medication, patients prescribed Uribel need to inform their physician of any other medications they are taking at the time, including over-the-counter medication, vitamins, and herbal supplements. Also, it is normal for Uribel to cause urine to turn blue in color. Patients should take the full prescription of Uribel even if symptoms disappear.