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 Donnatal Atropine + Hyoscyamine + Phenobarbital + Scopolamine
Donnatal is a proprietary combination medication for the treatment of intestinal cramping due to various causes, often administered as part of a GI cocktail.[1] It is classed as an anticholinergic antispasmodic drug. Donnatal is marketed by PBM Pharmaceuticals. It is available as tablets, capsules, extended release tablets and elixir. Active ingredients are listed as: phenobarbital, hyoscyamine, atropine and scopolamine. The latter three ingredients being found in plants of the Solanaceae fam...
donnatal
is donnatal still being manufactured? i am told it will no longer be available. ## I have also been told that Donnatal is no longer available. But nothing else seems to help with my spastic colon. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Donnatal.
Sun, May 31 '09, 12:18 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 190440
donnatal
antispasmodic elixir mor ...
Updated 8 years ago in Donnatal.
Mon, Apr 03 '06, 6:33 AM   0 
 Donnatal No 2 Belladonna + Butabarbital
Donnatal is a proprietary combination medication for the treatment of intestinal cramping due to various causes, often administered as part of a GI cocktail.[1] It is classed as an anticholinergic antispasmodic drug. Donnatal is marketed by PBM Pharmaceuticals. It is available as tablets, capsules, extended release tablets and elixir. Active ingredients are listed as: phenobarbital, hyoscyamine, atropine and scopolamine. The latter three ingredients being found in plants of the Solanaceae fam...
benadryl,donnatal
Do they use these drugs as a GI cocktail to treat acid refluk? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Benadryl.
Sun, Jun 07 '09, 6:01 PM   0 
 Donnatal Extentabs Belladonna + Butabarbital
Donnatal is a proprietary combination medication for the treatment of intestinal cramping due to various causes, often administered as part of a GI cocktail.[1] It is classed as an anticholinergic antispasmodic drug. Donnatal is marketed by PBM Pharmaceuticals. It is available as tablets, capsules, extended release tablets and elixir. Active ingredients are listed as: phenobarbital, hyoscyamine, atropine and scopolamine. The latter three ingredients being found in plants of the Solanaceae fam...
donnatal elixir mor
50 ounces or close ## What strengths is Donnatal available? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Donnatal.
Thu, Apr 14 '11, 11:40 AM   1  Subscribe to thread 211033
Donnatal Extentabs
What Class drug is this My pharmacy just tripled the cost for 60 capsules to $180 for 60...and I have insurance ## Hi Mary, Donnatal is used in the treatment of irritable bowel syndrome; enterocolitis; duodenal ulcer and belongs to the drug class of Anticholinergics & Antispasmodics. You should ask your pharmacy if there are any sort of patient assistance programs for this drug that may be able to help cover a good portion of the cost. I know many other drugs have these programs, so it may be worth a shot if insurance isn't helping much. Are you looking into other alternatives in the same drug class to replace it with? ## Hello and thank you for your response. I use Librax as necessary for and pain during the day. But I use the Donnatal at night for bad symptoms, which sometimes... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Donnatal.
Mon, Nov 26 '12, 6:28 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 238901
Donnatal/Belladona
I've been taking Donnatal an/or Belladona for over 10 years to treat IBS. When it was time for a refill, I was told both the brand name and the generic forms have been taken off the market. I am lost with these meds, that virtually eliminated the discomforts of IBS. ## I'm very sorry that you've run into this problem, it has to be awful to have that happen, when it's the only thing that works. Learn more Donnatal details here. What's been happening recently is due to the FDA crackdowns. There were some medications that remained available on the market, even though they'd never been tested and proven to be effective or safe and they've started to make the companies either do the necessary testing, or remove them from the market. The sad part is, that in spite ... ...
Updated 4 days ago in Donnatal.
Sat, Jul 26 '14, 5:53 PM   47  Subscribe to thread 236509
Generic for Donnatal
ingrediants for generic drug for Donnatal ## Hello, The drug Donnatal contains the active chemicals Atropine + Hyoscyamine + Phenobarbital + Scopolamine Thank You ...
Updated 8 years ago in Donnatal.
Wed, Nov 16 '05, 11:19 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 164424
Donnatal or Bellaspas
For hot flashes or Alternative Treatments? Nonhormonal? ...
Updated 5 years ago in Donnatal.
Sat, Jun 13 '09, 2:01 PM   0 
alternative to donnatal
Is there another, less expensive medicine that does the same job as donnatal ## Yes there is a alternate to Donnatal it is a generic brand called Belladonna-Phenobarbital elixer it is a lime green color its thin and it tastes horrible! I also had.severe cotton mouth. U can always add a little karo syrup to it to make it tastes better. ## Thanks so much for your response. ## I use belladonna as an alternative to Donnatal. Mine are capsules and don't taste anything. I know that dry mouth can be a side effect, but it is not bad enough to be unpleasant for me. ## Is there an alternative to donnatal other than belladonna w/phenobarbital. The belladonna is no longer available. Thanks ## I was on Donnatal for 40 years for IBS but it has been discontiued. My Dr. put me on Bentyl and it is w... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Donnatal.
Thu, Jun 13 '13, 5:12 AM   5  Subscribe to thread 210905
what is donnatal used to treat
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Updated 8 years ago in Donnatal.
Tue, Dec 27 '05, 6:56 PM   0 
Donnatal different strengths
Have been given donnatal. On it for one week and still having lots of pain and cramps with with some small times of relief. Was given for IBS. Have been suffering for months. Also a senior ...
Updated 2 years ago in Donnatal.
Sat, Mar 17 '12, 4:06 PM   0 
Why Is There A Shortage Of Donnatal Extentabs
Why Is There A Shortage Of Donnatal Extentabs? I am told that there is a back order until June 2013. How is this possible? ## According to the FDA, there are no current shortages of Donnatal Extendtabs. You can see for yourself here: fda.gov/Drugs/DrugSafety/DrugShortages/ucm314739.htm Perhaps the back-order was only associated with the specific pharmacy you went to? ## I too have been on Donnatal Extend tabs for 5 years and the shortage began in November of 2012. My pharmacy swept other pharmacy's in the area and were able to hold 180 pills for me that I made last until July 2013. Donnatal's website even states, "Due to production issues there will be short term supply constraints on Donnatal® Extentabs. Both Donnatal® Tablets and Donnatal® Elixir are still a... ...
Updated 1 month ago in Donnatal.
Sun, Jun 22 '14, 3:50 PM   9  Subscribe to thread 243240
Does anyone know where I might be able to find Donnatal Extentabs these days?
I've exhausted all resources to obtain this medication and now I am having problems finding the regular Donnatal tablets. These work womderful for me but no one has any? Please share if anyone has any ideas ... Thanks! ...
Updated 1 month ago in Donnatal Extentabs.
Sun, Jun 22 '14, 3:36 PM   0 
belladonna alkaloids w pb tablets donnatal no longer in generic listed now at $500.00 why ?
why can't anyone receive donnotal or bella Alk we need these generics for low income people. i asked my pharmacist and they said it is no longer available in generics. and that is costs 500.00 dollars. ## HI, Nanny! I'm very sorry about the problem you've run into. Some medications were never actually tested and approved by the FDA, they were just grandfathered in, since they were considered safe and had been on the market for so long. However, the FDA is now insisting that they all undergo testing for approval, just as is done with all other medications and this has resulted in many companies that manufacture such generics having to remove their products from the market, because it isn't financially feasible for them to do the testing and undergo the approval process. H... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Donnatal.
Tue, Jul 23 '13, 2:51 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 249286
 Haponal Atropine + Hyoscyamine + Phenobarbital + Scopolamine
Donnatal is a proprietary combination medication for the treatment of intestinal cramping due to various causes, often administered as part of a GI cocktail.[1] It is classed as an anticholinergic antispasmodic drug. Donnatal is marketed by PBM Pharmaceuticals. It is available as tablets, capsules, extended release tablets and elixir. Active ingredients are listed as: phenobarbital, hyoscyamine, atropine and scopolamine. The latter three ingredients being found in plants of the Solanaceae fam...
 Simetyl Atropine + Hyoscyamine + Phenobarbital + Scopolamine
Donnatal is a proprietary combination medication for the treatment of intestinal cramping due to various causes, often administered as part of a GI cocktail.[1] It is classed as an anticholinergic antispasmodic drug. Donnatal is marketed by PBM Pharmaceuticals. It is available as tablets, capsules, extended release tablets and elixir. Active ingredients are listed as: phenobarbital, hyoscyamine, atropine and scopolamine. The latter three ingredients being found in plants of the Solanaceae fam...
 Donnaphen Atropine + Hyoscyamine + Phenobarbital + Scopolamine
Donnatal is a proprietary combination medication for the treatment of intestinal cramping due to various causes, often administered as part of a GI cocktail.[1] It is classed as an anticholinergic antispasmodic drug. Donnatal is marketed by PBM Pharmaceuticals. It is available as tablets, capsules, extended release tablets and elixir. Active ingredients are listed as: phenobarbital, hyoscyamine, atropine and scopolamine. The latter three ingredients being found in plants of the Solanaceae fam...

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