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Mepenzolate Bromide Medication
I was taking methscopolamine bromide for 6 months for nonallergic rhintis and it did not work what other medication can I take.
Relax all muscles: Rocuronium bromide is what is called a non depolarizing muscle relaxant. It prevents the transmission of nerve signals to contract muscles. It binds to the site where a neurotransmitter called acetylcholine normally binds to transmit the signal for muscle contraction. It is often used to facilitate intubation and the work of surgeons. ...Read more
Methscopolamine: Methscopolamine (Pamine (methscopolamine) (methscopolamine) , Pamine (methscopolamine) Forte) After checking several sites I was unable to find anger specifically listed as a potential side effect of Methscopolamine. However, nervousness / anxiety, emotional distress & confusion have been reported. ...Read more
Hyperhidrosis: Other systemic medications, such as sedatives and tranquilizers, indomethacin, and calcium channel blockers, may be beneficial in the treatment of excessive sweating of the hands and feet. Drysol (20% aluminum chloride hexahydrate in absolute anhydrous ethyl alcohol) is more commonly used as the first-line topical agent. Other treatment options include iontophoresis and Botox injextions. ...Read more
What's UR indication: Propantheline bromide is an antimuscarinic agent used for the treatment of excessive sweating, cramps or spasms of the stomach, intestines, or bladder, and involuntary urination. It can also be used to control the symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome as well as other functional conditions. What's your indication for its use so we can better advise you. ...Read more
Toxic: Ethidium bromide is a toxic, mutagenic chemical! why are you taking/using it? ...Read more
Maybe spasm: Pinacerium bromide is usually used for irritable bowel syndrome as it can help with smooth muscle spasms. Sometimes it can help certain gallbladder problems, but I do not prescribe it commonly. Watching what you eat can usually impact both ibs and gallbladder disease. Be very clear about the diagnosis before starting it. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chemistry: Yes. Let's do 2nd opinion and figure it out. ...Read more
COPD inhaler: There are several classes of medicines to treat chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Everybody knows about inhaled steroids and puffer/nebulized albuterol, but some newer agents have come out in recent years. Spiriva is a once daily anti-muscarinic (anti-cholinergic) which can be added to existing treatments for smoke-damaged lungs. The effect can be enough to allow you to stop oxygen! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Ethidium bromide: Most use of ethidium bromide in the lab (0.25–1 microgram/ml) is below the level required for toxicity. The level is high enough that exposure may interfere with replication of mitochondrial dna in some human cell lines, although the implications of that are not clear. Testing in humans would be required to fully understand the potential risk to lab workers —> reference. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Short acting: Both drugs are short acting bronchodilators; albuterol is called a sympathomimetic drug because it affects beta receptors that line airways and cause bronchodilation. Ipratroprium is called an anticholinergic and affects muscarinic receptors that line the airways causing decreased muscle tone/constriction. Both are used in copd, emphysema, and chronic bronchitis. ...Read more
NO: While ipratropium is generally used for copd, and usually in combination with albuterol, albuterol is generally used in asthma. So no harm, but may not achieve the goal of therapy when used in itself in either condition. Further since it is anticholinergic, excess usage will cause its own side effects. ...Read more
Not studied...: The effects of ethidium bromide on the growth and development of an infant have not been studied. Some general principles that can help: For it to hurt your baby, you would first have to absorb it and excrete it in your milk. According to the MSDS, its supposed to be used under a ventilation hood so exposure is low. If you had a large accidental exposure, I would pump and discard. ...Read more
Please let me know the difference between Librax( Chlordiazepoxide + Clidinium bromide) and Levosulpiride
Can I use them both or should I ?
Librax is a combo of: a benzodiazepine (chlordiazepoxide) and an antispasmodic (Clidinium bromide). Levosulpiride (not approved in the US) is an antipsychotic medication. Both may treat irritable bowel syndrome. The latter would have more significant risks. It is best to review with your prescriber for treatment appropriate to your situation. Best regards. ...Read more
Can Ipratropium Bromide cause a bronchitis like cough? Whenever I use my nebulizer I cough so hard and it will last for minutes.
TrySteamFromTeapot: Yes. Kind of like the first time you smoke, or if you take a hot toke. There's the medicine in there but also the propellants.They can irritate. So you have to decide if the benefits of using that medication outweigh the short-term discomfort. Also try to breathe in faster and deeper, then hold it for 10 seconds. That sometimes works.Gets past the upper cough reflex structures quickly. ...Read more