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Side effect(s) of Scopolamine

Read the side effects of Scopolamine as described in the medical literature. In case of any doubt consult your doctor or pharmacist.

Most common- Dryness of mouth, difficulty in swallowing, talking, dizziness.

Central Nervous system- Confusion, headache, restlessness, hallucinations, memory disturbances.

Eye- Blurring of vision, increased sensitivity to light, increased eye pressure in patients suffering from narrow angle glaucoma.

Skin- Flushing, irritation, and rashes.

Genitourinary- Retention of urine.

Heart- Variations in blood pressure.

Potentially Fatal- Central Nervous System depression, coma, circulatory and respiratory failure.

Other Precautions : *If there is no improvement in your health condition, consult with your doctor.

Drug Name : Scopolamine

Scopolamine(Isopto Hyoscine) generic is an anticholinergic agent, prescribed for prevention of symptoms of motion sickness such as nausea and vomiting, and recovery from anesthesia and surgery. It is also used to treat certain types of muscle spasm problems (eg. Parkinsonism) and certain stomach or intestinal problems (eg, irritable bowel syndrome). It may be used as eye drops in cases of eye inflammation.
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