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Clidinium Bromide

clidinium bromide a. mechanism of action b. side effect c. contraindications d. drug-drug interaction ## Clidinium Bromide is an anticholinergic, it's most commonly combined with Chlordiazepoxide to treat conditions such as IBS. Side effects may include headache, dizziness, difficulty urinating and nasal congestion. It is generally contraindicated in those that have kidney disease, glaucoma, a blockage of the urinary tract and a few other conditions. I am unable to check all the possible interactions for you, because there are far too many to list here. However, if there are specific medications you wish to check, I will gladly do so, if you post back with the names of them. Learn more Clidinium details here. Can you please post back with more details? Thanks!

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clidinium cdp

what are side effects and usage for drug. ## This is a generic for Librax, which is most commonly used to treat ulcers and IBS. Learn more Librax details here. Side effects may include confusion, constipation, fainting and altered sex drive. Are there any questions or comments?

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chlordiaz/clidinium caps

What is this medication used for? ## its an antispasmodic med, assists with intestinal cramps, a.k.a. Clindex ## The most common name brand for it is Librax, it's used to treat conditions such as peptic ulcers, IBS and gastritis. Learn more Librax details here. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness and cramping, plus it does have the potential to be habit forming. Are there any other questions or comments?

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Chlordiazepox Clidinium Capsules

was taking this by a company name calledkylemore worked great company doesnt carry any more so i got it through acella pharm. all symptoms return how can i get the same exact medicine made by kylemore. ## The active ingredients are the same, but there can be fluctuations in the amount and the inactive ingredients can be different. I am afraid that it's really just going to be a matter of trial and error, you'll need to see what your pharmacy can order in from other manufacturers and try them to see how they work for you. We really have no information on what would be the closest to the product from any given manufacturer. Have you talked to your doctor about the issue?

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