Quarzan is an anticholinergic which is used in combination with other medicines to treat ulcers.
This type of medication can be taken orally in the form of regular tablets and capsules or extended-release tablets and capsules. It can also be taken through an injection into the body, given by a medical professional.
Some of the common side effects users may experience when taking Quarzan include constipation, dry mouth, sore throat, decreased sweating, blurred vision, drowsiness and lightheadedness. If the side effects become bothersome, contact your doctor or other medical professional for assistance.
Occasionally, Quarzan may be prescribed by doctors to treat women who have painful menstrual cycles. It may be prescribed for other purposes as well.