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Diphenoxylate hydrochloride|atropine is an anti-diarrheal agent which is a ...Read more
Lomotil: Not likely.Get a more detailed answer ›
Lomotil overdose: Lomotil is an opiate and as such can cause nausea, vomiting, itching, constipation, sleepiness, and respiratory arrest resulting in death in an overdose situation. Treatment is immediate transport to an er via ambulance with airway support and resuscitation capability. ...Read more
Not Aware: Not aware of any interactions. Lomotil is an extremely weak opioid combined with Atropine to discourage abuse. If taken in a normal dosage you should not have any problems. I would always check with a pharmacist to see if there are any problems with combining any of your medications. ...Read more
Synergy: Both Lomotil & Imodium contain a mu opioid receptor agonist that acts in the meyenteric plexis in the GI tract. You run the risk of potential synergism whereby the effects of one increases the others potency leading to supra therapeutic effects or even a complication ileus (paralysed bowel). That said, you should follow the guidance of the physician that is managing your GI disease in this matter. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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