User Reviews for Atropine
Also known as: Atreza, AtroPen, Sal-Tropine
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For Not Listed / Other: "About 4 weeks after the test which used atropine and dobutamine, I had a severe allergic reaction where I broke out in an itchy, red, bumpy rash in my armpits, which spread over the next few days to my arms, legs, and buttocks. I had to have a cortizone shot, two courses of methylprednisone steroid pills, and several different types of steroid creams. The itching was so bad I could not help but scratch my body raw and bleeding in places. Three M. D.s all said it is not unusual for a chemical reaction to occur 4 to 6 weeks after the initial incident, though there is no way to tell if this was caused by atropine or dobutamine. But I took no new medications or food nor came in contact with chemicals or plants."
bear3308 February 10, 2011
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