Are you suffering from bladder problems and stomach ailments? Have you considered using Hyoscyamine for relief? Read on and know all about the Hyoscyamine medicine, its usage, dosage and purpose of implementation.
What is Hyoscyamine?
Hyoscyamine is a medicine used for treating health problems like gastrointestinal tract disorders, bladder ailments, peptic ulcer disease, irritable bowel syndrome and also other difficulties such as heart ailments, Parkinson’s Disease, Rhinitis and side effects of drugs used to provide relief from Myasthenia Gravis symptoms.
Hyoscyamine Brand Names
The brand names for Hyoscyamine involve :
- Spacol T/S,
- Neoquess and
Hyoscyamine is used for a variety of disorders like :
Gastrointestinal Tract Disorders
Hyoscyamine is mainly used to give relief from symptoms resulting from Gastrointestinal Tract Disorders. It decreases the motion of the intestines and stomach. It also reduces secretion of stomach fluids including acids.
Reducing Pancreatic Swelling
Hyoscyamine sulphate tablets are often prescribed to help treat colic pain in stomach. This medicine also gives relief from cramps in urinary and intestinal tract. It is very useful in reducing inflammation of the Pancreas.
Parkinson’s Disease gives rise to several problems like stiff muscles, tremors, excessive sweating and drooling. Hyoscyamine Sulfate tablets help control discomforting symptoms like these.
Hyoscyamine is also prescribed for the treatment of ailments like Peptic Ulcers.
How Does Hyoscyamine Work?
Hyoscyamine is mostly used as an oral medicine. The medicine is taken by mouth and swallowed whole along with 8 ounces of water. Hyoscyamine is usually taken in the form of a tablet. Once it enters the system, the tablet dissolves into bloodstream and begins working. Hyoscyamine 0.125 mg and Hyoscyamine 0.375 are the dosage that is usually recommended.
Written by anirudh
on April 9th, 2011. The article was last updated on April 9th, 2011