10 Tablets, 20 mg
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What are the side effects of glycopyrrolate?
- The most common side effects of glycopyrrolate are decreased sweating, dry mouth, constipation, headache, drowsiness, dizziness, nervousness, or blurred vision.
Can you drink alcohol while taking glycopyrrolate?
- You should avoid drinking alcohol while taking glycopyrrolate. This medication may cause blurry vision and drowsiness and may impair your thinking or reactions.
Can glycopyrrolate cause constipation?
- Yes, glycopyrrolate can cause constipation because it is in a class of medications called anticholinergics. They decrease nerve impulses that control muscle movements in your stomach, lungs, urinary tract, and other parts of your body.