Methscopolamine

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Methscopolamine Overview

Methylscopolamine or methscopolamine, usually provided as the bromide salt (trade name Pamine) but sometimes as the nitrate salt Hyoscine methonitrate, is an oral medication used along with other medications to treat peptic ulcers by reducing stomach acid secretion.[1] Proton pump inhibitors and antihistamine medications have made this use obsolete. It can also be used for stomach or intestinal spasms, to reduce salivation, and to treat motion sickness. Methscopolamine is al...

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Methscopolamine Nitrate

What is the reason for FDA to withhold Methscopolamine Nitrate from use as an ingredient for in pharmaceutical products? ## I'd like to know as well. I have been taking prescription allergy medications for years and suddenly I am unable to get the prescription I need to ease my symptoms. The pharmacist tells me that the FDA has recalled the drying agent in these medications, but doesn't know the reason for the recall. Unfortunately, me and other allergy sufferers, are not able to get the full relief from OTC allergy products as they do not contain this ingredient. I tried for over a month taking OTC antihistamine/decongestants without success. My ears began plugging and I began having residual pain in my ears. The only thing that seems to relieve this uncomfortable symptom is th...

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I found a small white pill, Help

It's small with a B on one side and 161 on the other, what is it? ## Hello, David! How are you? I think the marking may actually be intended to be B 191 and it contais 2.5mgs of Methscopolamine, it's sometime used to treat peptic users and intestinal spasms. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Hista-Vent DA/ I am trying to find out if it is still manufactured and where I can get it.

I have a prescription for it and can't get it. Wallgreens said they have it online but don't. It works wonders for me. ## From what I've found, it's not available due to the Methscopolamine that was in it. Learn more Methscopolamine details here. It was never actually tested and approved for use. Have you found an alternative yet?

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Methscopolamine Brom

I use this for spastic colon. it now causes constipation,instead of diarriea which I had before. what is the best solution for this?I don't want to give it up because it's doing what it's meant to do in stopping diarriea

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methscopolam DMCPM tablet

what is this drug ? & what does it treat? ## Methscopolamine is usually used to treat peptic ulcers by reducing the amount of acid that your stomach produces. Do you have any other questions?

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ETH 227

TAN OBLONG PILL ## This is a cold remedy, commonly sold under the brand name Hista-Vent DA, it contains 8mgs of Chlopheniramine, 2.5mgs of Methscopolamine and 20mgs of Phenylephrine. Is there anything else I can help you with?

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ALLERX DF

ANAHISTMINE ## This contains Methscopolamine and Pseudoephedrine, the Methsopolamine is an acid reducer, and the Pseudo is a decongestant. ## This previous post is quite inaccurate. Allerx DF contains no pseudophedrine HC decongestant. It does contain the methscopalomine, which does more than act as an acid reducer. It also has an antihistamine. Look this up elsewhere for information!

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04 | 302

it is an oblong white pill, not gel coated, the 04 could be a circle with two tails or the 04 pushed together ## Pill Image This is Clorpheneramine 8mgs, Methscopolamine 5mgs, and Pseudophedrine 120mgs. This is an over the counter product used to treat allergies, sold as DayHist and several other names.

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Methscopolamine
  • Tablet: 2.5mg, 5mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Methscopolamine: (13 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 0168-0482 Methscopolamine 2.5 mg Oral Tablet by E. Fougera & Co. a Division of Fougera Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • 0168-0483 Methscopolamine 5 mg Oral Tablet by E. Fougera & Co. a Division of Fougera Pharmaceuticals Inc.
  • 18754-061 Methscopolamine 2.5 mg Oral Tablet by A. Aarons
  • 18754-062 Methscopolamine 5 mg Oral Tablet by A. Aarons
  • 43063-740 Methscopolamine Bromide 2.5 mg Oral Tablet by Pd-rx Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
  • 43063-741 Methscopolamine Bromide 5 mg Oral Tablet by Pd-rx Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
  • 51991-191 Methscopolamine 2.5 mg Oral Tablet by Breckenridge Pharmaceutical, Inc.
  • 51991-192 Methscopolamine 5 mg Oral Tablet by Breckenridge Pharmaceutical, Inc.
  • 60429-251 Methscopolamine 5 mg Oral Tablet by Golden State Medical Supply, Inc.
  • 64376-603 Methscopolamine 2.5 mg Oral Tablet by Boca Pharmacal, LLC
  • 64376-604 Methscopolamine 5 mg Oral Tablet by Boca Pharmacal, LLC
  • 76385-100 Methscopolamine 2.5 mg Oral Tablet by Bayshore Pharmaceuticals LLC
  • 76385-101 Methscopolamine 5 mg Oral Tablet by Bayshore Pharmaceuticals LLC

Other drugs which contain Methscopolamine or a similar ingredient: (23 results)

Related Methscopolamine Topics:

Methscopolamine Nitrate
What is the reason for FDA to withhold Methscopolamine Nitrate from use as an ingredient for in pharmaceutical products?... 59 replies
Pamine Forte (methscopolamine bromide)
## I was hospitalized for severe ulcerative colitis for a week. Two weeks after my release and feeling much better; I wa... 2 replies
Methscopolamine Brom
I use this for spastic colon. it now causes constipation,instead of diarriea which I had before. what is the best soluti...






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