Medications to prevent spasms of the gastrointestinal tract.
herbs (and other medications) that relieve "fits" and "spasms".
Type of drug used to stop contractions of bladder muscle that cause some kinds of bladder control problems.
Capable of preventing or relieving spasms.
control spasms and convulsions, acting on sets of nerves, or some particular nerve or tract.
Botanicals which prevent or relieve involuntary muscle spasms and cramps such as charley horses, epilepsy, and menstrual pain: blue cohosh, cajeput, passion vine, and Roman chamomile.
Drugs that inhibit smooth muscle contraction in the gastrointestinal tract.
Herbs that are used to prevent or allay spasms or cramps.
A group of medications used to reduce or break muscle spasms within the gastrointestinal tract. Many of these work by anticholinergic mechanisms.
medications that help reduce or stop muscle spasms in the intestines.
medicines that help reduce or stop muscle spasms.
drugs that help decrease involuntary muscle spasms that may occur in the bladder.