I agree with SE, give your prescribing Doctor a call and explain your problem. As long as you are really urinating, then it might not a major problem, but if you are not then that can cause a whole new set of problems that will not be at all good for you. So get it checked out as soon as you can. As for the dry mouth that is a common problem with allot of medications, just make sure you do proper dental hygene to prevent the dry mouth from causing you dental problems.
Goood Luck to you
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