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Letters to the Editor

Urinary Incontinence With Mirtazapine

Arun Kunwar, Subhdeep Virk, and Prakash S. Masand

Published: May 12, 2002

Article Abstract

Letter to the Editor

Sir: Urinary incontinence is an uncommon side effect of antidepressant therapy. To our knowledge, based on a literature review incorporating a MEDLINE search from 1996 to present, there is no report of urinary incontinence with mirtazapine. We report a patient who developed nocturnal urinary incontinence while taking mirtazapine.

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Volume: 63

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