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How does Robinul Forte differ from Robinul?

Robinul Forte and Robinul contain the same active ingredient (glycopyrrolate) but differ in strength: Robinul Forte comes in a 2 milligram (mg) dosage, while Robinul comes in a 1 mg dosage. Both medications are used in combination with other drugs to treat peptic ulcers in adults. They can also be prescribed for excessive saliva/drooling or sweating. The dosage your doctor prescribes will be based on your medical condition and response to treatment.

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