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I have been having buscopan since last night cramp. I am

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i have been having buscopan since last night for stomach cramp. I am also nauseous and would gaviscon help for that
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Customer: felt off my food and niggling cramps and diarrohea last night. I took buscopan at 10.30 last night and again at 3.30 this morning and feel a little better except for moderate cramp and a sick feeling - no vomiting. Also more diarhoea once this morning.
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Customer: slight cramp/stitch like pain bottom right like i pulled a muscle which I havent. I am 69. Dry mouth but hat
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Submitted: 9 months ago.
Category: Health
Expert:  Dr. Saha replied 9 months ago.

Hello,
Thank you for your question.
I am Dr Saha, I shall try my best to help you.

Cramp is due to intestinal infection.

Mostly it is due to viral infection.

In case of bacterial infection antibiotic will be needed.

Gaviscon would not help here.

Buscopan can reduce the spasm and cramps.

Take oral rehydration solution, gatorade and other fluids in small amount frequently so that you may not vomit.

Popsicle, ginger ale can help in nausea.

Peptobismol can be taken.

If the symptoms continue, I would advise to have a review by your doctor or urgent care.

I hope this information helps.

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Regards.