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Intense pain - gas trapped in the intestines.
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Cannot pass wind up or down. Intense pain/cramps from trapped gas. Doctor in trauma unit found evidence of a tummy bug and prescribed various meds including Buscopan Co - three a day, one before each meal. I am too bloated to eat so I drank some soy milk with it. Can I increase the dose? ## Hello, Roger! How are you? You should follow your doctor's dosing instructions. What other medications did he prescribe? Some may cause more bloating and gas, for awhile, as side effects. The FDA lists the typical side effects of Buscopan as possibly including sleepiness, vision changes and triggering of glaucoma. Is there anything else I can help with? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Vision / Eye Health.
Thu, Mar 31 '16, 11:43 AM
Topamax And Bulimia
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I have had bulimia for 20 years. The disorder started when I was 11 years old...essentially because of a traumatic childhood circumstance. I also have bipolar disorder. My questions. 1. How long does it take for the binge cravings to go away? 2. What dose is effective (I am on 50mg daily now) 3. Has anyone with severe bulimia had success? ## I don't have any personal experience with this medication, but wanting to help, I did find another thread on here with other Topamax patients, that may offer more insight to answering some of your questions: Discuss/Topamax-and-Binge-Eating-Disorder-231043.htm I hope this helps! ...
Updated 4 years ago in Topamax.
Thu, Jan 31 '13, 7:23 PM

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