Brand name(s): Transderm-Scop
Other name(s): Transdermal scopolamine
What side effects can this medication cause?
Although side effects from scopolamine patches are not common, they can occur. Tell your doctor if any of these symptoms are severe or do not go away:
- dry mouth
- blurred vision
- dilated pupils
- difficulty urinating
If you experience any of the following symptoms, remove the patch and call your doctor immediately:
- eye pain
- rapid pulse
Last Revised: 04/01/2003
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Has anyone here used progesterone?
When I was going through menopause in September I turned to the internet to get some information and try to understand the changes that were taking place with me then I ordered some, with all the people saying that it can help. It was suppose to stabilize hormones, hstopthe headaches, hotflashes, and help me to quit than extra pound I had put on... I tried it for three weeks (it may take a while before you notice the 'changes') and I went to a Gyn. He put me on estradiol. Now I feel so much better! The only problem I am having is the patch is suppose to stay on for seven days. It is not true, It only stays on for four days then starts to come off. email@example.com. Jennifer
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i don't understand how a provera can be used for both amenorrhea (the absence of menstrual periods)and abnormal bleeding from the uterus caused by hormonal imbalance. i would think that using for absense of periods would start it and using for abnormal bleeding would get it to stop. i have used this for absense of period and had no problem. then doctor put me on the patch, took that for a month, did have my period. the problem is that it is WAYYY too heavy. now the doctor gave it to me again. i don't understand how it can be used for both. to me this does opposite things. anyone else confused?
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