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- What is belladonna and opium?
- Is belladonna and opium available as a generic drug?
- Do I need a prescription for belladonna and opium?
- Why is belladonna and opium prescribed to patients?
- What are the side effects of belladonna and opium?
- What is the dosage for belladonna and opium?
- Which drugs or supplements interact with belladonna and opium?
- Is belladonna and opium safe to use during pregnancy or while breastfeeding?
- What else should I know about belladonna and opium?
Do I need a prescription for belladonna and opium?
Why is belladonna and opium prescribed to patients?
Belladonna/opium suppositories are used for the relief of moderate to severe pain caused by bladder spasms when non-narcotic pain medications are not effective. They are also used to space intervals between opiate injections.
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