Chronic Urinary Tract Conditions
- Pelvic pain or pressure (sometimes intense) triggered by a variety of factors, including stress
- As the bladder starts to fill, there is pain (rather than discomfort) that gets worse until the patient urinates
- A strong, painful urge to urinate many times a day
Laura is a working mom who doesn’t have time to deal with her urinary tract flare-ups, which recur often.†
The urinary pain and pressure can be a constant distraction.
Uribel contains both antispasmodic and analgesic agents to help relieve local symptoms of:
Uribel helps Laura focus on her busy life, not her symptoms.
The analgesic and antispasmodic ingredients of Uribel help to alleviate the pain and pressure of her symptoms.†
*IQVIA prescription data, accessed March 2018.
†Hypothetical patient. Results may vary.
- Bosch PC, Bosch DC. Treating interstitial cystitis/bladder pain syndrome as a chronic disease. Rev Urol. 2014; 16(2):83-87.
- National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases. Symptoms & Causes of Interstitial Cystitis.
https://www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/urologic-diseases/interstitial-cystitis-painful-bladder-syndrome/symptoms-causes. Accessed November 2020.
The Uribel savings card is available to everyone.‡
Patients with private insurance can use the Uribel savings card to offset the cost of a co-payment or coinsurance.
Patients without insurance coverage can use the Uribel savings card to receive a discount off the retail price of each prescription.
Patients with Medicare can use the Uribel savings card :
Medicare does not cover Uribel; therefore,
-Patients can use the Uribel savings card to receive a discount off the retail price of each prescription.
-Medicare patients are entitled to use the Uribel savings card if they are paying the full retail price for Uribel.
‡Subject to eligibility. Terms and conditions apply.