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. Some antiemetics previously thought to cause birth defects appear safe for use by pregnant women in the treatment of morning sickness and the more serious hyperemesis g...

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side effects from taking Althea Pills

i stopped using Althea on my second pack becoz i can't bear anymore the constant hunger pangs, terrible dizziness, vomiting. And it made my body gained weight fast! It made my boobs much bigger too. Not really worth it, made wary to take other pills tbh. The side effects that i endured esp the dizziness are unbearable. Hopefully new users won't have the same problems i encountered. I am not recommening this pill though. ## Hello First time ko dn magtake ng althea pills Tanong ko lang normal ba Yung everyday spotting?? hnd naman ako nahihilo Nakakamiss n ko siang pack at pang 3 days free pills ko na ngyon.. Reply po kayo salamat ## Correction nakakaisang pack na ko Natapos ko nung sept.30 ## Yes were same experiencing while taking althea pills its my 2nd day now...and i got heada...

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Comparison of Cardace 5mg with Concor 5mg

I would like to know what side effects could arise as a result of replacing Concor 5mg with Cardace 5 mg? I have been taking Concor 5mg for the last 4 years (one tablet daily) and recently my doctor advised me to replace Concor 5mg with Cardac 5mg. ## It would be best to follow your doctor's instructions, and it should be fine to just switch from one to the other. The NIH lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, increased urination, and hypotension. Are you on any other medications? ## Can Concor 5mg and Cardace 5mg be taken together safely?

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dipipanone and cyclizine tablets

Can anyone explain why, after the brand Diconal was discontinued, the price of the remaining generic (by Sovereign, although the tablets are exactly the same and still manufactured by Amdipharm!) is almost ten times the cost of the opriginal brand? Surely brand is always the more expensive option no matter what the drug concerned might be? ## Can anyone confirm or deny whether the cost of the South African brand of Dipipanone and cyclizine, WELLCONAL, has risen in price as has the UK tablet since DICONAL was discontinued and turned over to Sovereign as a generic? Can anyone tell me ANYTHING about the current state of the DIPIPANONE hydrochloride market? Which Chinese API manufacturers offer it, as it may well be far cheaper to buy the API than the criminally increased price of the UK ta...

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side effects of taking appetito pills

I had taken the appettito tablets for a month and yes I got some difference in terms of my weight because I started eating more. But the issue is that it has given me massive effects like I've been vomiting, constipated, dizziness, feeling weak and I'm late for my periods by one month. I have tried taking a pregnancy test, but it's showing that I'm not pregnant. What can I do to get back to my normal feeling??

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can a pregnant woman take wate on

can A pregnant Woman Take wate-on,bcos my wife 7-8 months pregnant and she short of blood in her body ## Hello, Frank! How is your wife doing? How do you know she is short of blood? As to Wate-On, it is a supplement that's used to promote weight gain, not blood cell production and, being pregnant, it would be best that she not take anything without her doctor's approval, due to possible risks to both herself and the baby. The U.S. FDA lists the typical side effects of such supplements as possibly including nausea and too much weight gain. ## Pregnant women can use appetito, but I also want to know if wate-on is safe for my child? I want to gain weight. ## Can someone in need of pregnancy take wate-on emulsion suspension?

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rbx pill red and white 0.5 n

I cant figure out what kind of pill this is its half white half red and it said rbx on one side and other side it says n 0.5, i was told a THC but im not sure.plzz help me out i need my prescriptions but i dont want to take it if it the wrong kind. ## Synthetic Thc chemo nausea medication is what this. Capsule contains. Hope that helped. Not sure what the name of it is though. ## The name of this medication is Nabilone, it is a synthetic cannabis that is most commonly used to treat nausea, and vomiting. Its typical side effects may include drowsiness, dizziness, and sedation. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Mad about dukes magic mouthwash

Its bulls*** and it doesn't work. I was prescribed this for tonsil pain. And I'm still in excruciating pain. You cannot even see my throat in the back of my mouth. Just huge swollen tonsils. I can barely speak. I'm f***ing pissed. And I had to try to send this message 15 times for arbitrary Bulls***. ## I'm very sorry that you're miserable. However, I don't understand why you are angry at this website? This is just an information site to help people, they don't manufacture, prescribe, nor distribute any medications. If you have issues posting, it may be due to the fact that this is a family friendly site, so posts are checked for certain words, and/or phrases, before they can be submitted. You can't submit a post with foul language, intimate words/phrases...

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what is scopex used for

Are u allowed to take scopex if u not pregnant? ## Hi mpumza, Scopex contains the active ingredient Hyoscine, a derivative of Scopolamine, which is used to prevent nausea and vomiting associated with motion sickness or gastrointestinal spams. Although this medication is commonly prescribed for pregnant women, it's use is not solely intended for a specific group of people. If interested, I would suggest talking to your doctor for more specific details on how it can benefit you. I hope this helps! ## Does the Dr allowed to give scopex to the patient if shes not pregnant? ## Will scopex stop the spasms I keep having from the kidney pain which is very sore ## Can my wife get pregnant if she use scopex tablets?

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use of Scopex pills

the use of scopex pills ## Scopex contains Hyoscine (Scopolamine) and is commonly used to treat intestinal spasms, such as you might experience if you suffered from IBS. Common side effects may include: dry mouth, throat and nasal passages. Learn more: Are there any comments or questions? ## Can my wife get pregnant if she is using scopex tabelts

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cherifer vitamins effect

I've been using the Cherifer pgm 10-22 for four days, and after 20 minutes of taking it, I get stomach aches. I drink it after eating and the stomach pain is like the pain you experience when you are food poisoned. Am I doing it the right way? ## Hi Celeste, You are not alone, I myself, experiences the same discomfort when drinking Cherifer PGM with Zinc 10-22 , I noticed that the pain intensifies (feeling of like bitter stomach and wanting to throw up), specially if I drink it after having a Meal or drinking milk. I also noticed that my sleep is deep when taking the supplement but I easily wake up or is having some kind of sleep disturbance. and not to mention darker complexion and pimples., but I guess this are the signs that your body is already producing growth hormones, From mo...

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