Nausea & Vomiting

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Nausea & Vomiting Overview

An antiemetic is a drug that is effective against vomiting and nausea. Antiemetics are typically used to treat motion sickness and the side effects of opioid analgesics, general anaesthetics, and chemotherapy directed against cancer. They may be used for severe cases of gastroenteritis, especially if the patient is dehydrated. Antiemetics, though previously thought to cause birth defects, have been proven safe for use by pregnant women in the treatment of morning sickness and the more serious...

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Domperidone And Omeprazole Capsules
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Domperidone And Omeprazole Capsules spc ## Domperidone with Omeprazole is used to help reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach, to treat or prevent conditions such as heartburn, GERD, Gastritis and ulcers. It may cause side effects, such as: nausea, dizziness, abdominal pain and flatulence. Learn more: Are there any questions? ## Good morning. I started having a very subtle back pain about 3 months ago which has aggravated over the months especially when I sneeze and at night. Reported to the hospital and was diagnosed with GERD. Omeprazole and Nugel was given but my pain persists and domperidone has been added. Now I have slight abdominal burns when I'm hungry and was diagnosed with H. pylori and the pain radiates thru my left arm when I sneeze. I just can't stand the...
Updated 14 hours ago in Domperidone.
 
Krimson 35 mensural pain
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Hi ... I am ritu samudrala.. i am 23 yrs old...i was diagnosed with poly cystic ovary..i absolutely had no pain during my periods before going on medication But after using krimson 35 for one month i hv intense lower abdominal pain..is it normal...i am on the 3 rd day of my period taking my 2nd strip of krimson 35...pain is quite unbearable..shld i consult the doctor or wait till i take the other pills ## No, that is not normal and you should check with your doctor. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, spotting, irregular bleeding, and PMS-like symptoms. How are you doing, now? Has there been any change? Are you on any other medications?
Updated 15 hours ago.
 
Is it safe to take diane again after a month of no pill
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I am using Diane 35 for 5 years now because of my PCOS and I didn't take any pill on my 1st day of menstruation last April because we were planning to conceive but the plan was changed and I want to go back in taking pills again. Today is my 30th day of no pill, is it safe if I will take Diane again even without a period? ## If you aren't pregnant, yes, you can start taking it, again. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, irritability, irregular bleeding, spotting, and PMS-like symptoms. Has there been any change?
Updated 15 hours ago.
 
B12 Deficiency
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I have deficiency of B12, the result show 132. I have been prescribed to take Nervup OD Tablets. Will it help me. ## You should take it as directed by your doctor. The NIH does warn that it may cause some nausea, due to its potency. Are you on any other medications? Did you doctor pinpoint a cause for the deficiency?
Updated 15 hours ago.
 
betamox, flustat and alcohol interactions
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How long after taking betamox and flustat can I drink alcohol? I'm taking them for my sinuses and the flu. ## It would be best not to mix them, because doing so may cause more severe side effects than usual, according to NIH reports, so you may experience more nausea, dizziness, and headaches than usual. When will you finish your course of treatment with them?
Updated 15 hours ago.
 
it taken for 6 days predmet 16
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Want to know the side effects of predmet 16 tablet if taken for 6 days...like 3 at first day...2 in d second...2 in the third...1 tablet fourth day...1 tablet 5 day..1 tablet 6th day...how many chances are there to gain weight...is it sure dat swelling on the face will occur and weight will gain ??? ## The symptoms you've listed can all be side effects of this medication as listed by the NIH. You may also experience nausea, dizziness, headache, mood swings, and fluid retention. Are you on any other medications? What side effects have you experienced? ## Hello...i am experiencing weight gain n no other symptoms
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predmet 8 mg tablet uses and its side effects
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I am 14 years old. One week before a ball hit on my left eye. I got severe injury. Doctor suggested me to take Predmet 8 mg tablet 6 per day (for every three hours for the first 5 days). Later I can decrease the dosage to 4 per day for the next five days and 2 per day for the another five days. Is is cause any side effect later in my life? Kindly suggest. ## No, short term use should not cause any problems. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, acne, insomnia, nervousness, and fluid retention. Have you taken it, yet? Has it helped? Are you on any other medications?
Updated 1 day ago.
 
Day one starters
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I'm lost with day one starters. Say If my period starts on Wednesday do I start on Wednesday the fourth gray pill, top row? Or do I take the first gray pill in the pack under Sunday? And if I start on Wednesday and finish the pack do I just throw away the extra pills remaining or keep the pack, take those extra three at the top, and start another one? ## The days listed on the pack are just a guideline to help people remember to take them, but you should start with the first active pill in the pack, on the first day of your period, regardless of the color, or the day printed there. The FDA warns that this medication carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, spotting, irritability, and PMS-like symptoms. Is there anything...
Updated 1 day ago.
 
what is bio metoclopramide 10 used for
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I've been given these pills in the hospital and they didn't explain what this is for. Can you please help me out? ## It is usually used to gastric issues, such as GERD, or gastroparesis in diabetic patients. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, stomach pain, and flatulence. Have you been prescribed any other medications?
Updated 1 day ago in Metoclopramide.
 
getting off gabapentine
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My husband started Oxcarbazapine in 2010 for his worsening peripheral neuropathy pain caused by chemotherapy. My husband drinks light beer, usually 3-5 drinks in the evening, more if he is with friends on a Saturday night. After 2 weeks, the oxcarbazapine helped with the pain in his feet. However, after 4 years, he decided to check into a rehab to quit drinking after several bad falls. He blamed the blurred vision/chattering eyes, lack of balance, mood swings all on the beer. While in rehab he was put in touch with a neurologist who knew that many of his "symptoms" were side effects of the drug and switched him from Oxcarbazapine to gabapentine. His worse side effects vanished, he could walk straight, see clearly, the mood swings were in check and the foot pain was manageable. T...
Updated 2 days ago.
 

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