Hyoscine N Butylbromide

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what is the use of hyoscine-n-butylbromide sorbisine?and also its side effects.



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Hyoscine, also known as Scopolamine is commonly used to treat conditions such as: nausea, motion sickness, vertigo and intestinal cramping.

Side effects may include: dry mouth, dry throat, blurred vision and constipation.

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