Cyclopam Suspension

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Sarvesh Says:
My kid is crying in the sleep. Looks like it is stomcha pain because he is crying more when pressing his stomach. What to do now?

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David Says:
Dicyclomine is the active ingredient of Cyclopam. Dicyclomine is used to treat intestinal hypermotility, the symptoms of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) (also known as spastic colon). Additionally, it relieves muscle spasms and cramping in the gastrointestinal tract and is a smooth muscle relaxant.

More details about this drug (including side effects), can be viewed in the link below:

It sounds to me like your kid is experiencing some undesirable side effects from this drug; such as deliriant effects, which you can read more about in the link below:

If this really becomes a consistent problem (as it sounds like it is) I would highly recommend contacting your child's doctor about switching medications or looking into natural remedy solutions. Irritable Bowel Syndrome can be related to your kid's diet, so make sure he's eating plenty of fresh organic ripe raw fruits and vegetables on a regular basis.

I hope this helps!

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gowri Says:
for 5years how much dose 2 be taken? what is side effects of this cyclopam suspension syrup

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Girish Lamba Says:
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my 2 year child id having fever snf psssing bad gass......wr r givin crocin to him... should we also use Cyclopam suspension for gas issue ad our neibhour suggest us..... pls advice.

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bernard Says:
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my child 2yrs old is having recurrent pain when opening bowels.what can I do?

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Emmanuel Says:
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What is the dosage of Cyclopam suspension for a 4 year old child?

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Suresh fulare Says:
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Dr give me cyclopam for fever and cough for my child can I use this

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