Is it narcotic a Watson 795 is what the pill says and its blue and circle?

Not Medical Advice: The blue pill with imprint WATSON 795 has been identified as Dicyclomine hydrochloride 20 mg.

It's not part of the narcotic drug class. It belongs to the drug class anticholinergic (antispasmodic); medicines that are used to treat symptoms such as pain and spasm in irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). It is 'not a controlled substance' under the Controlled Substance Act (CSA).

Brand names include: Bentyl, Dibent, and Dicyclocot.

Less serious side effects: nervousness, blurred vision, stuffy nose, mild constipation, dry mouth, dizziness, drowsiness, and weakness.

Stop taking dicyclomine and see emergency medical attention if you experience worsening irritable bowel symptoms, severe thirst, urination difficulties, hallucinations, confusion, or pounding heartbeats.

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Thursday, March 16 2017