What Is Procyclidine?


Procyclidine is a prescription medication that has been approved for treating symptoms of Parkinson's disease, drooling and certain movement disorders such as extreme restlessness and involuntary movements caused by anti psychotic medications. The medicine should not be used by children or by people with an obstruction of the stomach or intestines. Its side affects are dry mouth, blurred vision, constipation and difficulty in passing urine (urinary retention) among others. It should be noted that Procyclidine tablets are also available as the generic medicine without a brand name.
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Procyclidine reduces the effects of certain chemicals in your body that may become unbalanced as a result of disease (such as Parkinson's disease), drug therapy, or other causes.
n trade name: Kemadrin; drug class: anticholinergic, antidyskinetic; action: blockage of central acetylcholine receptors; uses: Parkinson symptoms, extrapyramidal symptoms associated
procyclidine: drug (trade name Kemadrin) used to reduce tremors in Parkinsonism
Take this medication by mouth, usually 3 to 4 times a day after meals and at bedtime or as directed by your doctor. Your doctor may start you at a low dose and increase your dose
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