Mouth dryness effect of Promethazine

We have 121 consumer reports for Promethazine. Mouth dryness effect occurred in 7%.

Patients statistics on Mouth dryness side effect for Promethazine


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5′ 11″

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Promethazine Circle Diagram 9 consumers of 121 reported about Mouth dryness

  1. Donald L. Dotson says:
    3.5 rating

    No rose without thorns … In 1996 I noticed that Atosil (promethazine) with about 80 pots once helps against anxiety attacks very well. Strong coffee helps against drowsiness. Citalopram is a very potent drug and initially has very strong side effects. Already at 10mg at the beginning I had a strong drop in blood pressure, so I did not dare to go outside for three days. Unfortunately, the smallest strength is 10mg, the first few days you should start with 5mg / day. Even when weaning you should get withdrawal symptoms. First, I got from the cita an aqueous bowel movement (no diarrhea), dizziness and dry mouth. It stayed that way a bit. Also with me an indifference against female stimuli adjusted (libido loss). Furthermore, there were: water retention in the legs (on the other hand, diuretics like torasemide help to gain weight (eat a lot of vegetables and lean quark), my age-related distance vision has increased. I take 40mg cita a day now. , 400mg amisulpride and 20mg torasemide / day. And very strong Kafee …. These are my experiences. This can be different for everyone and you have to try it out. Good luck and courage, you have to go through but it helps. Stefan

  2. Mary R. Delreal says:
    4.0 rating

    In the first two weeks of use, I occasionally had slight pressure in the head and dry mouth. For about 10 days I had a very unsafe behavior, anxiety. Now after 7 weeks, I’m doing quite well with these drugs, the only thing that occasionally occurs is heavy sweating at night.

  3. Anh T. Calhoun says:
    3.5 rating

    Promethazine for Depression

    tingling and numbness in the left side, shortness of breath, lumps in the throat, cold sweats in the least strenuousness, funny taste in the mouth (like vomited about), nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, insomnia, heart pain, tachycardia, nightmares, tremors, malaise, hot flashes, …