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Is there a way to check your medications for anticholinergics?

Posted 22 Sep 2016 by carolegaganbrowder 0 answers

i am trying to see if my medications are causing low acetylcholine levels in my brain.

Is citalopram an anticholinergic drug?

Posted 27 Jan 2015 by uctymdg 2 answers

Following the recent report "Cumulative Use of Strong Anticholinergics and Incident Dementia" in *JAMA Internal Medicine*, a positive to answer raises the possibility that I should not continue taking citalopram (as opposed to seeking an alternative).

Is mirtazapine an anticholinergic drug?

Posted 27 Jan 2015 by uctymdg 1 answer

Following the recent report "Cumulative Use of Strong Anticholinergics and Incident Dementia" in *JAMA Internal Medicine*, a positive answer may mean I should discontinue taking mirtazapine and seek a non-anticholinergic alternative.

I am looking for a anti-spasmotic for the bowel or Anticholinergics/antispasmodics for IBS?

Posted 2 Jul 2014 by hmccallum 2 answers

I am looking for a drug that does not contain any milk products. I have a severe allergy to any milk component

Does anyone have any experience with anticholinergic rebound after stopping Cymbalta?

Posted 1 Apr 2013 by lady2882 2 answers

I was on Cymbalta for chronic pain but it made me suicidal so was tapered off. Since it has a very short 1/2 life, in spite of tapering off I developed the typical SSRI discontinuation syndrome with all those horrid side effects but now have anticholinergic rebound which is why I am having so much ...

I've been on lyrica for 3 days (50 mg x 2/day), and I am experiencing some anticholinergic side?

Posted 8 Apr 2012 by Pr Chris 1 answer

... effects, but what bothers me the most is that I am experiencing a great deal of nausea. If these symptoms, especially the nausea don't subside, I am not sure I can continue, which is too bad, because it is definitely helping my pain levels. Anyone had experience this before? Thanks!

Is it an anticholinergic drug?

Posted 17 Aug 2010 by jayanashika 1 answer

What is the effect believed to be required in mixing the phenylpropanolamine with isopropamide?

Posted 29 Nov 2009 by Ebtessam 1 answer

what is the effect believed to be required in mixing the phenylpropanolamine with isopropamide (anticholinergic drug) in some drugs used in symptomatic treatment of common cold?

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