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Methscopolamine Overview
Drug Name: Methscopolamine
Brand Name(s): Pamine and Pamine Forte
Drug Class: Anticholinergics
Treats: Ulcers, stomach, intestinal infections

Methscopolamine is an anticholinergic drug used in the treatment of peptic ulcers. Methscopolamine can be used alone or in combination with other drugs to help in the treatment of such conditions. Methscopolamine works by decreasing stomach acid production and by relaxing the muscles in the stomach and intestine.

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  • Methscopolamine Uses

    Methscopolamine is used together with other drugs to treat conditions of the stomach or intestinal ulcers. Methscopolamine is also necessary for the prevention of abdominal pain as well as stomach pain. Methscopolamine is not indicated for the healing of such ulcers or preventing other problems caused by ulcers. Methscopolamine works by reducing the amount of acid in the stomach. Methscopolamine can also work by slowing the natural movements of the gut and relaxing the muscles the stomach or intestines. Antiacids has been identified to lower the absorption of Methscopolamine and should not be used during the treatment with Methscopolamine.

    • Stomach Ulcers
    • Intestinal Ulcers
  • Methscopolamine Dosage

    Methscopolamine dosage is prescribed differently depending on the type of infection and the age of the patient. It is advisable to follow the regimen given by the doctor as well as the label always provided with the drug. Seek emergency help in case the drug does not work as expected. The commonly used dosage for Methscopolamine includes: Adult dose for peptic ulcer:

    • 2.5 mg orally 30 to 60 minutes before meal and 2.5 to 5 mg at bedtime
    • Daily dose of 20 mg given in 5 mg doses orally 30 to 60 minutes before a meal and at bedtime is recommended.
  • Methscopolamine Side Effects

    Side effects are common phenomena during the use of any drug. It is, therefore, true that treatment with Methscopolamine can be associated with several side effects. The most common side effects of Methscopolamine include:

    • bloated feeling
    • blurred vision
    • constipation
    • drowsiness
    • dry mouth
    • headache
    • loss of taste
    • nausea
    • nervousness

    Severe side effects of Methscopolamine include:

    • difficulty breathing
    • tightness in the chest
    • swelling
    • changes in heartbeat
    • diarrhea
    • difficulty focusing your eyes
    • difficulty urinating
    • pounding in the chest
    • rapid heart rate
    • unusual weakness
    • vomiting
  • Methscopolamine Interactions

    Interactions can occur during the use of Methscopolamine. Some drugs and conditions may interact with Methscopolamine reducing its effectiveness in the body. Before you start using Methscopolamine medication, inform the physician about all the types of medications you are using or planning to use for better regimen. Do not hesitate to tell the physician if you are allergic to Methscopolamine. Overdose or under dose of Methscopolamine can facilitate interactions. Drugs found to cause interaction with Methscopolamine include:

    • Anticholinergic medicines (benztropine, hyoscyamine, or trihexyphenidyl),
    • Mental or mood disorders medicines (thioridazine),
    • tricyclic antidepressants (amitriptyline)
    • Beta-blockers (propanolol)
    • digoxin