Itch But No Rash And Tingly Tongue

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Julie Says:
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I was prescribed 20mg. Bentyl for possible IBS. After the first dose I was extremely dizzy,tired and developed a headache. The second dose that I took six hours later gave me the same reactions but it additionally made me itch and the tip of my tongue felt tingly. The next day I took half of one and again had the same reaction as if I had taken just as much as the first day. Has anyone else experienced a similar reaction especially regarding the itching and tingly tongue? I called my doctor and have stopped using it.

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David Says:

Hi Julie,

Sorry to hear about your situation. The symptoms you describe sound like a possible allergic reaction or hypersensitivity to either ‎Bentyl (Dicyclomine) and/or the fillers that make up the pill's composition.

As far as side effects are concerned, lists the following:

- Severe dizziness or light-headedness
- Drowsiness or weakness
- Itching, swelling or tingling in your mouth or throat (allergic reaction)

At any rate, it's good that you decided to contact your doctor and stop taking it, as there's no telling how severe or how long the symptoms could last.

Hope you're feeling much better!

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