Diphenoxylate-Atropine

Last Update April 30, 2016
Diphenoxylate-Atropine is a diarrhea medication.
Uses: Diphenoxylate-Atropine is prescribed for Diarrhea and IBS and is mostly mentioned together with these indications. Read More
Other brands: Lomotil
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Positive 10 "Went back to gastro doctor yesterday going to get scoped and take some byopsies Monday afternoon in the mean time he has put me on Diphenoxylate-Atropine has anybody tried this and what... "Read more positive discussions
Negative 3 "at present I am taking diphenoxylate/atropine (aka Lamotil). My Dr. has me taking 3 of them before each meal and befor I go to bed. A total of 12 a day. These pills make me extremely tired and I feel... "Read more negative discussions
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Facts about Diphenoxylate-Atropine

What does Diphenoxylate-Atropine treat?
Alcohol warning on Diphenoxylate-Atropine
There may be a negative interaction between Diphenoxylate-Atropine and alcohol.
How do I obtain Diphenoxylate-Atropine?
Prescription in the USA
How do I take Diphenoxylate-Atropine?
Pill
What dosages are available?
Tablet: 0.025-2.5 mg, 2.5-0.025 mg
Liquid: 2.5-0.025 mg/5 mL
Ingredients
Diphenoxylate Hcl/Atropine Sulfate
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