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What is Difenoxin used for?

Difenoxin (Motofen, R-15403) is an opioid drug used, often in combination with atropine, to treat diarrhea. It is the principal metabolite of diphenoxylate.

Just so, what is Motofen used for?

This medication is used to treat diarrhea. It helps to decrease the number and frequency of bowel movements. It works by slowing the movement of the intestines. Difenoxin is similar to narcotic pain relievers, but it acts mainly to slow the gut.

One may also ask, does Diphenoxylate cross the blood brain barrier? At therapeutic doses, it does not cross the blood brain barrier (BBB). Diphenoxylate has the potential to cross the bloodbrain barrier and therefore has the potential to become habit-forming.

Also question is, why is Motofen a controlled substance?

MOTOFEN® tablets are a Schedule IV controlled substance. Addiction to (dependence on) difenoxin hydrochloride is theoretically possible at high dosage. Therefore, the recommended dosage should not be exceeded. MOTOFEN® may potentiate the action of barbiturates, tranquilizers, narcotics, and alcohol.

Is Motofen a controlled substance?

Motofen® tablets are a Schedule IV controlled substance. Addiction to (dependence on) difenoxin hydrochloride is theoretically possible at high dosage.

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