Procyclidine

What is Procyclidine?

Procyclidine is an anticholinergic drug principally used for the treatment of drug-induced parkinsonism, akathisia and acute dystonia; Parkinson disease; and idiopathic or secondary dystonia.

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Dear doctor, XXXXXXX here. I have changed the doctor as I was not getting respite. This doctor has prescribed me the following medication :...

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Side effects of medicines

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Yes these are definitely the side effects of medicines. You...

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I need help evei WAS INJECTED WITH THE HALDOL DEPO 100 MG MONTHLY I look mask like and face odema. will it the mask like appearance stop, when the...

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Adverse effect of medicines, will go away

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Haldol depot is haloperidol deconate injections used...

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Dear doctor - wanted to check with you about trifuoperazine and procyclodine combination. Does procyclodine prevent the eps caused by...

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Procyclidine is also an anticholinergic drug

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I hope you are doing good.

Procyclidine is also an...

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