I have a question for ya’ll. I’ve been using glycopyrrolate for about 2 weeks now and it’s really helped out with my sweating. But, someone told me that it only works when your nervous system is active…how long does glycopyrrolate take to work for sweating?
Girlfriend said if the body stops making its own natural steroids then that you will start to sweat again. She thinks it takes awhile but she has had success after a month or so of taking them daily.
As far as what they’re used for, some people use them before surgery to prevent post-op shock from the anesthetic. Others use them during chemo therapy to help prevent nausea from being so extreme because they feel hot and/or cold sensations in their bodies due to the radiation side effects of cancer treatment (cancers tend not to smell). In all cases, however, these medications are NOT A substitute for any other form of medical care you may need! They should be used as a supplement until things stabilize enough that you can begin going back on your original prescription medication regimen–if that ever happens at all….it could take months or years depending upon how fast your particular cancer responds and regresses over time 😉 If this was helpful please let me know 🙂 Girlfriend said if the body stops making its own natural steroids then that you will startTo stop her from getting sick after chemotherapy/radiation treatmentLosing weightIntermittent