Atropine vs Scopolamine

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This medication is used to decrease saliva and phlegm and to control stomach/intestinal spasms. This medication works by blocking the actions of a certain natural substance (acetylcholine) that your body makes.This skin patch is used to prevent nausea and vomiting caused by motion sickness or recovery from anesthesia and surgery. This medication works by correcting the imbalance of natural substances (acetylcholine and norepinephrine) that can occur in motion sickness. It also blocks certain signals to the brain that can cause nausea and vomiting. This medication is not recommended for use in children.
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etlovestaz | 19.05.12
what about a salt increase in your body like for instance severe swelling in your feet and lower legs? I don't eat salt at all and am very swollen and trying to figure out what is making me this way! Any ideas? Please? Thanks!
Anasazi | 21.11.09
Actually, my condition makes it near impossible to spend any amount of time away from home without this medication. I am very happy with the results.
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Jules | 13.02.13
This is the best motion sickness drug on the planet!! I have used it for years and now my 13 year old daughter uses it too. You apply the patch behind your ear 4 hours before you travel, and you are good to go for three days!! Perfect for weekend trips. I have never had any side affects, no drowsiness or upset tummy. Neither has my daughter. If you have trouble with motion sickness, get this patch!!
Kathy | 26.05.11
Horrible, horrible drug. Took it for a cruise.started getting dizzy after removal the day after removing patch. Have been dizzy, nauseous and vomiting , blurry vision for 6days now. Feel awful. Went to dr. but he said he had never heard of anyone getting these symptoms. I hope this goes away soon. Don't know what to do. Please everybody stay away from this drug.