Has anyone heard of this? Atropine Sulfate ophthalmic solution 1%. instead of putting in eye putting drop under tongue.
Yes - atropine ophthalmic drops have been used in this way to help with excessive drooling.
My adult son has cerebral palsy. He has a real problem with excessive drooling. Atropine eye drops under the tongue once a day has completely corrected this difficult problem. No side effects have been noted and it is covered by Medicaid.
- Atropine Information for Consumers
- Atropine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Atropine (detailed)
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