Dicyclomine (Bentyl) works to treat symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) by relieving muscle spasms in the stomach or intestines. It does this by stopping certain chemical messengers that cause your bowels to be overactive. Drugs that do this are in the drug class called the anticholinergics, like dicyclomine. It comes as an injection, capsule, a tablet or a syrup taken four times a day.
- Q Can dicyclomine (Bentyl) be overdosed?
- Q What are the different types of ligands?
- Q What are the dangers of taking medication that was not prescribed for me?
- Q Does Dicyclomine help females with excessive sweating?
- Q What are the side effects of dicyclomine?
- Q How is dicyclomine (Bentyl) formulated?