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need to find out infomation about millerspas ## According to the international database, Millerspas contains the active ingredient Phenytoin, this is an anti-epileptic medication. Common side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, sedation and skin rash. You can read more here: Do you have any other questions? ## what medication to use for severe pain asociated with kidney stones ## Miller spas miller spas is it a small red tablet that will work for I.B.S. and spastic colon? and does it contain scolene? ## Is it possible for the (millerspas) medication to have a more severe side effect as to the diffrence of 21 and 87? ## Is it possible for the (millerspas) medication to have a more severe side effect as to the age diffrence of 21 and 87? Will the side effects be worse on my grandmoth... ...
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Mon, Jul 29 '13, 11:40 AM
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I drank about 8 tablets last night. I'm feeling off balance and my mouth and throat remains dry? And I feel drowsy could this be the millerspas? ## Hi Christiaan, Based on my research, Millerspas contains the active ingredient Phenytoin, which is an anti-epileptic medication. Common side effects of Phenytoin may include: dizziness, drowsiness, nausea, and loss of coordination. Ref: Although what you're experiencing is considered common with this medication, I still think it would be wise to contact your doctor as soon as possible, just to play it safe. It seems when it comes to these types of side effects, you can never really know how bad they might become if ever left untreated. I hope this info helps! ## Hi David... ...
Updated 4 years ago in Phenytoin.
Mon, Jul 29 '13, 11:13 PM

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