Use Of Trihexyphenidyl Tablet Kin-2

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Chinni Says:
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This tablet is for my 2 year old baby who started treatment recently, but I have some doubts about this tablet.. I want to know the primary use of this tablet.. Also, if I continue giving her this tablet will she have any side effects? Please clarify...



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Verwon Says:

What is your daughter being treated for?

According to the NIH, this medication is most commonly used to treat Parkinson's disease, though it is also used to treat dystonia.

The U.S. FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, blurred vision, constipation, and loss of appetite.

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