Cisapride is a prokinetic medicine that is used to treat heartburn (particularly night time heartburn), diabetic gastroparesis, delayed gastric emptying, indigestion, and gastric ulcer. It is also used to treat inflamed oesophagus....
Q: When should I use this medicine?
A: You can take this medicine if you experience nighttime heartburn. However, you should not take Cisapride without a doctor's prescription.
Q: Can I take this medicine without a prescription?
A: No. This medication should be taken with a valid prescription and should be taken as prescribed.
Q: What interactions could be seen if someone uses Atropine along with Cisapride?
A: Atropine is an anticholinergic medicine that acts by reducing the motility of stomach muscles. Thereby, it prevents the action of Cisapride, whose purpose is to increase the movements of stomach muscles.