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(Generic alternative to Pamine)
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What is Methscopolam/Pamine used for?
Pamine is a prescription medication that is used to control peptic ulcers by reducing stomach secretion. This medication is primarily used to manage stomach ulcers, and does not help to heal stomach ulcers.
How should Methscopolam/Pamine be stored?
Pamine tablets should be stored at room temperature, in an area that is away from moisture and heat.
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When should Methscopolam/Pamine not be taken?
Do not take Pamine if you are allergic to any of its ingredients. If you have a blockage in your intestines, severe ulcerative colitis with toxic megacolon, paralytic ileus, myasthenia gravis, or glaucoma, taking Pamine is not recommended. Pamine should also not be taken if you are unable to urinate due to a bladder obstruction.
What precautions should I follow when taking Methscopolam/Pamine?
Before taking Pamine, notify your doctor if any of the following apply to you: you have ulcerative colitis; you have kidney disease; you have liver disease; you have a thyroid disorder; you have high blood pressure; you have heart disease, congestive heart failure; you have a heart rhythm disorder; you have an enlarged prostate and problems with urination; or if you have had an ileostomy or colostomy. If you have any of these conditions, your doctor may recommend a specific dosage in order for you to safely take Pamine. If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breast feeding, talk to your doctor before you begin taking Pamine.
What special warning(s) should I be aware of when taking Methscopolam/Pamine?
Certain side effects of Pamine include impairment of vision, thinking and reaction time. Take Pamine with caution if you are required to complete any tasks that require you to be alert and see clearly, such as driving. Certain medications can increase the sleepiness that is caused by Pamine; talk to your doctor about any medications that you are currently taking. Drinking alcohol while taking Pamine is not recommended as it may increase the severity of certain side effects.
What are the side effects of Methscopolam/Pamine?
Severe Side Effects: urinating less than usual or not at all; fast or pounding heartbeats; or diarrhea.
Common Side Effects: drowsiness; mild itching or skin rash; decreased sweating; impotence, loss of interest in sex, or trouble having an orgasm; nausea, vomiting, bloating, constipation; dry mouth, decreased sense of taste; headache, dizziness, confusion;
How should I take Methscopolam/Pamine?
Pamine is a prescription medication that should be taken in the exact fashion that is outlined in the directions on your prescription. If the directions on your prescription are unclear, contact your healthcare provider for clarification. Your doctor will recommend that you take Pamine approximately thirty minutes before each meal and additionally before bed. Your doctor may also schedule appointments to assess the effectiveness of your medication. Ensure that you do not miss any scheduled appointments.