NOCDURNA is the only rapidly-dissolving sublingual tablet that treats nocturia due to nocturnal polyuria (NP) in adults who wake up at least 2 times per night to urinate.
NOCDURNA dissolves in seconds
NOCDURNA is a tablet that dissolves quickly under your tongue—without water.
How does NOCDURNA work?
NOCDURNA imitates a natural hormone in your body called vasopressin (vas-oh-pres-in).
This hormone helps the kidneys produce less water at night. If you don’t have enough vasopressin, your kidneys may release too much water at night, causing frequent nighttime urination.
NOCDURNA starts working within 30 minutes after you take it.
Can NOCDURNA help me?
NOCDURNA is proven to reduce nighttime urination by nearly half, meaning you may wake up fewer times during the night to use the bathroom.*
In clinical trials of adults 18 and older, NOCDURNA was studied up to 3 years.
If I am being treated with medications for OAB or BPH, can I still have NP?
Yes. NP is present in the majority of men and women with OAB or BPH. NOCDURNA has been studied in patients taking medications for OAB or BPH, including antimuscarinics and α-blockers.
- Clinical trials demonstrated a reduction of 1.5 nocturnal voids in women (n=118) and 1.3 nocturnal voids in men (n=102) relative to mean baseline. (The mean baseline was 2.9 for women and 3.0 for men.) 78% of women and 67% of men achieved a 33% reduction in mean number of nocturnal voids over a 3-month period compared to baseline.
DOSAGE & ADMINISTRATION
NOCDURNA offers specific doses for men and women.
Packaging is not actual size.
Take 1 tablet daily, 1 hour before bedtime, without water.
Tablet should be kept under the tongue until it has fully dissolved.
When Taking NOCDURNA
- Limit the amount of water or liquids you drink from 1 hour before taking NOCDURNA and for 8 hours after taking it
- Avoid drinks containing caffeine or alcohol before bedtime
- Empty your bladder immediately before bedtime
WHEN STARTING NOCDURNA
Your doctor should monitor the sodium levels in your blood while you’re taking NOCDURNA. If you are over the age of 65 or at risk for low sodium levels, or take certain medicines that increase your risk, you may need more frequent monitoring.†‡
- Patients 65 or older and those at increased risk for low sodium levels or who take certain medicines that increase the risk for hyponatremia should be checked more often. NOCDURNA may need to be stopped temporarily or permanently if you develop hyponatremia, and treatment for hyponatremia started depending on clinical circumstances, including how long the hyponatremia lasts and how serious it is.
- NOCDURNA is contraindicated in patients with hyponatremia or a history of hyponatremia. Physicians should ensure that sodium concentration is normal prior to initiating or resuming NOCDURNA.