- It is necessary for you to tell your doctor that you’re using procyclidine. They might want to check first about your body’s reactions towards this drug and how it responds to it. Inactive ingredients might also cause side effects that may be minor or major. Learn more by talking to your pharmacist
- Keep in check your blood sugar levels and your blood pressure levels and if you experience any problem, stop using the medicine and consult your doctor. Caution is used against sharp objects such as nail cutters to avoid contact sports and reduce the risk of being cut, bruised, or hurt.
- Tell your dentist or doctor all you use before the procedure (including prescription drugs, nonprescription drugs, and herbal products).
Tell your doctor/Pharmacist your medical history of, Asthma, emphysema, Diarrhea caused by an infection, Angina, Heart attack, Heart failure, Fast/irregular heartbeat, High/Low blood pressure, Chronic constipation, Ileus, Ulcerative colitis, Kidney disease, Liver disease, Anxiety, Dementia, Psychosis, Autonomic neuropathy, Seizure, Acid reflux, Hiatal hernia, Ulcer, Stroke,Hyperthyroidism, Problems urinating due to enlarged prostate, Neurogenic bladder, Overuse of or addiction to drugs/alcohol. This drug should be used only when clearly needed during pregnancy.