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WHITE TABLET STOPS DIARRHEA WHAT IS THE BRAND NAME? IT'S HARD FOR ME TO REMEMBER THE NAME.IF IT HAS A SHORTER NAME PLEASE ADVISE.THANK YOU. ## What is Diphen/Atropine Tab and what is it used for? ## Lomotil ## As Cc stated, one of the name brands is Lomotil. Jake, it is used to treat, or prevent diarrhea, and IBS. Its side effects may include nausea, constipation, insomnia, back pain, and urinary retention. Is there anything else I can help with?


possibly an antibiotic, name may be misspelled ## What Dipheniatrop pills are prescriped for? Thank you for your assistance. ## Diphenoxylate and Atropine are the active ingredients in a medication more commonly known as Lomotil or Co-Phenotrope and it is most commonly prescribed to help prevent or treat diarrhea. You can learn more Lomotil details here. Thus, it's most common side effects is constipation. Are there any questions or comments? ## Dipheniatrop is not misspelled. This the proper spelling for the drug.

Diphenoxylate/Atrop Uses

Can this medication be used for stomach problems? ## Diphenoxylate and Atropine is commonly used to treat severe diarrhea. What type of stomach problem is being treated? It may cause side effects, which can include: nausea, drowsiness, blurred vision and dizziness. You can find more Diphenoxylate details here and there are more Atropine details here. ## I have had Crohn's disease for about 20 years and have been taking 2 lomotil tablets about 1 hour to and hour and a half before every meal as my Gynecologist has ordered. It works well for me unless my Crohn's disease is in an active state.

diphenoxylate 2.5mg/atrop

I believe that this was in the shape of a caramel shape square chunk, that I chewed. I believe it was removed from the market but I am looking for what was in it to try to replace it as it was the only med that has ever helped with my problem. It might have been chocolate flavored but was definitely dark chocolate colored. ## Hello, Maple! How are you? This medication is still available, under the brand name Lomotil and as a generic, but it does require a prescription from your doctor and is no longer available as a chew, from what I understand. Side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache and blurred vision. Is there anything else I can help with? ## was this medicine available at one time in little brown squares that you chewed?

Constipation due to Dhamotil

Guys, I need some info regarding Dhamotil. It's a green coloured tablet taken for diarrhoea. I had diarrhoea few days ago and I took 2 tabs of Dhamotil. The diarrhoea.is gone but I'm having constipation for the past 3 days. So, when will the constipation get better?

how to take diphenatrop

went to know for what is diphenatrop ## Diphenoxylate and Atropine is an oral antidiarrheal medication. It is commonly sold in the U.S. under the brand name Lomotil. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness and bloating. You can read more on it here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## Lomotil is a med that not only works on diarrea but al stops withdrawal from opiates, this something docs need to look at! ## Thanks for the informative post, Taddeusz, I had not heard about that, before. Since it is not approved for that use, most doctors probably have no idea. Though, over time, they do usually pay attention to what other conditions a medication can help with and they can prescribe it off-label according to their personal experience. How did you learn of this? ## i ...

Diphen Atrop Tab 25mg

am not adictied, doctors have been trying to stop a nasty diearea??? not m uch help form you/ ## I'm sorry, did you have a question? Yes, Diphenoxylate and Atropine is commonly used to treat severe diarrhea. It may cause side effects, which can include: nausea, drowsiness, blurred vision and dizziness. Learn more:

side effects diphen atrop

How often can I take this med. an be safe? ## All medications carry some risk, even over the counter items and even if you aren't using them long-term. Diphenoxylate and Atropine, when combined, are usually used to treat diarrhea. Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, constipation and blurred vision. Learn more: Are there any questions or comments?


anti diarial ## anti diarerial ## This medication has been banned in the US. It is now manufactured in India and contains Diphenoxylate HCl 2.5 mg, Atropine Sulphate 0.025 mg and Furazolidone 50 mg. ## Can Norfloxacin and Rifampicin be taken together ## pugative

white tablet p 771

very small white round tablet with -p above 771 ## The pill you have is a combination of Diphenoxylate HCl + Atropine Sulfate (2.5 - 0.025 mg). These are the two active ingredients that make up Lomotil; which is an anti-diarrheal and anticholinergic medication. To view more information about this Lomotil, please visit the link below... Do you have any more questions or comments to add? Please post back if you do, and I will be happy to help you.

tiny white round pill p771

The pill is really small, white, round and on one side says P on the top part and 771 on the bottom part. ## Yes, it says P on top and 771 on the bottom. The back is bare and says nothing. It has a diameter of about 16/64ths (6.350[mm]). I heard it was some sort of opioid, and helped to prevent diareah. ## Yes, it is called Diphenoxylate HCl atropine sulfate [1]. It is used in the treating of diareah. I was told it had opiates in it, and there seems to be side effects of opiates and dependency warnings as well as Opiate rehabilitation advertisements when you pull the page up. I hope this helped. Sources: [1] ## Joseph, you're right - Diphenoxylate is an opiod used in the treatment of diarrhoea. Actually, constipation is a reported side effect of many narcotic medications (such as H...


tiny white pills ## i do not know what it was prescribed for that is the information i want ## Lonox was prescribed for me for the treatment of diarrhea. I don't know the other reasons it my be prescribed, but I also get it in the name of Diphenoxylate.

E 24

very tiny white round pill, E 24 on one side and nothing on the other side ## This is generic diphenoxylate 2.5mg/atropine sulfate .025mg. It is generic for Lenox (Lomotil, I believe is another name brand). The medication is used for diarrhea, chronic colitis. Be careful not to get too dehydrated, possible blurred vision, fainting, marked drowsiness. Do not drink with this medication.


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