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Motilium and buscopan together, for cramp - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2012
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User :   Can I take motilium and buscopan together
User :   Hi
Doctor :   Were you advised to take it together?
User :   I was given motilium but my cramping in my rt upper quadrant after meals gets bad and i had some from an emerg visit I find it helps some
User :   All my tests hida scan ect have been normal bllodwork ect
Doctor :   Are you able to gas?
User :   it is diificult
User :   and i have abnormal bm's small
User :   Can you recommend an antispasmodic that may work well for me
Doctor :   Why was motilium prescribed?

User :   My doctor thought It wouldnt hurt to try it
Doctor :   What would hurt?
User :   figure of speech
User :   He thought I should give it a try
Doctor :   If your doctor says, then you should try it.
User :   I am I would like to know if I can still take buscopan to ease the cramping with the motilium
Doctor :   Motilium increases motility of the gut.
User :   yes i know but will the effect of buscopan interfere
Doctor :   No.
User :   what other antispasmodics can you reccommend that work well on gastric problems
User :   I have been suffering for over two months
User :   It also interferes with my sleep
Doctor :   For those antispasmodic you will require prescription.
Doctor :   You can try buscopan.
User :   yes I know but can you recommend one when I see my doctor
Doctor :   dicyclomine (Bentyl).
User :   bad side effects or no
Doctor :   There are side effects.

User :   what kind
User :   still there
User :   Have you known antidepresssants to also help with gi problems
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