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It is a drug that is not available in the US or Canada. It is used to treat nausea and vertigo.
Meclizine is an antihistamine that is commonly used to treat nausea, vertigo, and dizziness. It may be prescribed in conjunction with narcotic painkillers (or other drugs that are known to cause mild nausea) to minimize the nausea associated with taking opioids, or it may be prescribed for motion sickness associated with travel. Meclizine has NO EUPHORIC SIDE EFFECTS. In other words, it does not and cannot "get you high", regardless of how many you take. It is similar to benadryl, but does not have the hypnotic side effects to the same extent as benadryl, although mild drowsiness may occur in some people. If you are looking for a prescription high, and I hope you are not, then this is definitely the wrong the drug to use.
No, medication is not used to cure benign paroxysmal positional vertigo. Medication is used to control the symptoms and can remove the feeling of nausea/dizziness and even vomiting.
Some of the side effects of taking Solpadine include nausea, vomiting, constipation, vertigo, rash and sleepiness. The drug is used as a pain reliever.
It treats nausea. It also helps reduce itching associated with liver failure.
No fexofenadine is a H1-receptor antagonist (histamine antagonist) and pseudoephedrine is a sympathomimetic amine commonly used as a decongestant
Yes, most treatments for Vertigo involve some form of physical therapy. The most used treatment is called VRT, where a platform is used to help fix balance and nausea issues. Treatment depends on the diagnosis. A complete medical evaluation is recommended for anyone with vertigo. This can reveal the true cause and suggest one or more solutions based upon treating the underlying disorder.
A group of drugs called the 5HT3 inhibitors, ondansetron (Zofran) and granisetron (Kytril), are used to control the nausea and vomiting associated with anticancer drugs.
It's the Brand name for the Generic name Prochlorperazine, a chemotherapy drug.
Usually it's used to treat nausea and vomiting associated with chemo or post-surgery. It also has a usage of reliving itching associated with liver failure.
As with Allegra, it's an antihistamine used to treat allergies.
"Squamish" is used in the Maritime provinces of Canada to indicate a feeling of general unwellness associated with nausea, but not vomiting.