Reaction To Bentyl

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Gina Says:
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How long after taking your first pill can you have a reaction to it? I have taken one over 3 hours ago and felt like it was a bit hard to breath for the first couple hours and feel weird in the head now 3 1/2 hours later. My face is also getting red.



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Alani Says:

Bentyl is known for those type of reactions. I would say that sometimes the effects may last for a while but after your body get's use to the pill over the course of a couple of weeks even a month the feelings will wane. I think for some people we will always have that mild feeling of taking something but if the get to much to bear after a few weeks talk to your doctor about changes your medication. I had to learn the hard way...lol.

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Verwon Says:

Gina, you've been given great advice from Alani.

I'd also like to add a warning about a possible allergic reaction, the red face could be a symptom, according to NIH reports. Other allergic reaction symptoms may include swelling, severe difficultly breathing, and hives. If you experience any of these, please seek emergency medical attention.

How are you doing now? Has there been any change?

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