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Scopolamine patches contain a medicine that helps prevent motion sickness in people who travel by car, plane, boat, or train. (Monopril is a brand name for scopolamine topical patch manufactured by Merck & Co., Inc.)
Taking albuterol is like "pushing the reset button" on meds you are already taking for other problems. For example, albuterol can make asthma meds work better and may make other meds you are taking for other health problems work better. Albuterol can be prescribed for people with asthma at doses of 1.5 mg, 2.5 mg, and 5 mg. Because albuterol is less expensive than other asthma meds, people have often been mix "puffers" (like 3 mg albuterol and 1 mg theophylline).
Side effects: If you are an adult or teenager: Depression or changes in your mood may occur. These effects usually go away without treatment and usually go away when you stop using this medicine. A sensitive or allergic person may have an allergic reaction (rash, hives, itching, difficulty breathing, wheezing, swelling) that can start a short time after you apply the patch and may last hours, 1 to 4 days, or more than 1 week. This is the most common side effect. Make sure you read and follow directions and check your symptoms. Call your doctor if you have any symptoms that are worrying you.
If you are a pregnant woman: A pregnant woman should not use this drug (Jumex Omadine - #73) unless really needed because it may harm the unborn baby. Have your doctor check you before you apply the patch. d2c66b5586