What is Evoxac used for? Evoxac is used to treat dry mouth in people
with Sjogrens Syndrome.
Who should not take Evoxac?
You should not take Evoxac if you have:
- Uncontrolled asthma
- Narrow-angle glaucoma or inflammation of the iris
Special Warnings for Evoxac:
If you have any of the following conditions, your health care provider will
evaluate you to decide if Evoxac is right for you:
- History of heart disease
- Chronic bronchitis
- Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
- Kidney problems
General Precautions with Evoxac:
- Use caution when driving at night or performing other hazardous activities in
reduced lighting because Evoxac can cause blurred vision and changes in depth perception.
- If you sweat excessively while taking Evoxac drink extra water and tell your
health care provider.
What should I tell my doctor or health care provider?
- Because certain medications may interact with Evoxac, review ALL medications that
you take with your health care provider, including those that you take without a
- Tell your health care provider if you are trying to become pregnant, are already
pregnant, or are breast-feeding
What are some possible side effects of Evoxac? (This is NOT
a complete list of side effects reported with Evoxac. Your health care provider can
discuss with you a more complete list of side effects.)
- Excessive sweating
- Runny nose
- More frequent urination
For more detailed information about Evoxac, ask your health care provider.