Incurin is a treatment prescribed by your veterinarian to help relieve urinary incontinence in female dogs that can occur as a result of hormonal changes after spaying. It comes in a tablet form, so you can easily hide it in a pill pocket and give it as a tasty treat, or disguise it in your dog’s favorite wet food.
For the control of estrogen-responsive urinary incontinence in spayed female dogs.Possible Side Effects
Please contact your veterinarian if your pet is suffering from gastrointestinal and estrogenic effects, or if the color or texture of your pet’s vulva changes.Drug & Food Interactions
Talk to your veterinarian about any other drugs your pet is taking before starting this medication.
Do not use this medication in male pets, intact females, pets showing increased drinking and urination, pregnant and lactating females or pets under 1 year old.
Active Ingredients: Estriol 1 mg.
Incurin is given by mouth once daily. The dose is not based on your dog's body weight, but you should always follow your veterinarian's precise directions. The typical dose is 1 tablet (1mg) per day for 7-14 days. If this dose seems to help after this time, speak to your vet about lowering the dose for maintenance. If the treatment is ineffective at the lower doses, go back to the dose that is effective. If treatment at 1mg daily is ineffective, the dose may be increased to 2mg daily for 7 days as directed by your veterinarian.Storage Instructions
Store at or below 77°F with excursions permitted to 104°F.
What is Incurin (Estriol)?
This is oral medication available in tablet form to help manage your female spayed dogs urinary leakage(incontinence).
What are the benefits of Incurin?
- Treats your dogs urinary incontinence when it caused by hormonal changes that can result after ovariohysterectomy (spay).
- Oral tablets are easy to give generally well-tolerated.
How is this medication given?
Incurin is given by mouth once daily. The dose is not based on your dogs body weight. Always follow your veterinarians precise directions. The recommended dose is to give 1 tablet (1mg) per day for 7-14 days. If this dose is effective after this time period, try to reduce the dose to the minimum possible dose. If treatment is ineffective at the lower doses, go back to the minimum dose that is effective. If treatment at 1mg daily is ineffective, the dose may be increased to 2mg daily for 7 days as directed by your veterinarian.
How does this medication work?
Incurin supplements female, spayed dogs with oestrogen. Replacing oestrogen will help to relieve your pets urinary incontinence when it is caused by low or absent oestrogen levels that occur as a result of the ovariohysterectomy (spay) surgery in female dogs.
What results can I expect?
Your dogs clinical symptoms should improve. He/she should stop leaking urine. Effectiveness is defined as no signs of incontinence for 7 consecutive days. An improvement will usually be noticed within a few days. Adjustment of the initial dose will often be necessary. Your veterinarian will help you to figure out the ideal dose of Incurin for your dog. Medication should be continued indefinitely if it is working.