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Drug-induced hypersalivation – what treatment options are available?

This Medicines Q&A summarises published studies or case reports concerning the pharmacological treatment of drug-induced hypersalivation (drooling or sialorrhoea), particularly hypersalivation caused by clozapine.   Amisulpride Atropine Benzatropine Biperiden Botulinum A toxin Bupropion Clonidine Clozapine Glycopyrronium Guanfacine Hyoscine butylbromide Hyoscine hydrobromide Ipratropium Lofexidine Metoclopramide Moclobemide Oxybutynin Pirenzepine Propantheline Q&A Quetiapine Sulpiride Trihexyphenidyl

Lactation Safety Information

Inhalation

Inhalation
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Antimuscarinic bronchodilator
No published evidence of safety
Low levels anticipated in milk due to the drug’s properties
Used in infants >1 month
21st April 2017

Intranasal

Intranasal