Buscopan Drug Information

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Please provide information on Buscopan indications and contraindications, dosages, adverse reactions, drug interactions and nursing considerations.

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mialyn Says:
 
HNBB BUSCOPAN DRUGSTUDY

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Verwon Says:
 
Buscopan contains Hyoscine, it is used to relieve bladder or intestinal spasms.

Common side effects may include: nausea, constipation, dry mouth and trouble urinating.

I cannot locate a drug study on it.

Does anyone else know where to find one?

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melecyn Says:
 
drug study of buscopan

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JohnB007 Says:
 
My advice is NEVER to combine Buscopan and an opioid. I was in severe pain, and of course opioids cause stomach upset. So, no warning from the the chemist, I took both. I was out of my tree. It wasn't the Oxycodone, I had that before, but they play havoc with my stomach. Tried the Buscopan, and within an hour I was dizzy, confused, fell over, making no sense. Took three days to recover. 20mg of Oxycodone, which I had before, for neck and other broken bones. Surprised I didn't break more bones.

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JB007 Says:
 
I had the exact reaction you detail. 20mg oxycontin for several broken bones, and was recommended buscopan due to the stomach cramps. This was 10 days after starting the oxycontin. "Out of my tree" describes it exactly. My parents thought I had overdosed on the narcotic. Once the buscopan was out of my system I was fine - except for the pain. The chemist was mystified. I have not found it mentioned as an adverse reaction except in one obscure article in a medical journal. Why???

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Uday Says:
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I am having a kidney stone problem. Should I take 1 or 2 tablets of buscopan? I am experiencing pain in my right side near the back.

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