Novo Betahistine 16 Mg

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is this a pain medication

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cookie Says:

is novo betahistine used for pain or infection?

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tony Says:

what is this medicine used for?

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Donna Says:

Before taking Novo_Betahistine make sure you eat some food then you won't have an upset stomach. Hope this helps

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bajor Says:

betahistine is used mainly for vertigo...

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Francois Tessier Says:

I am suffering from VIRDIGO. They say it's due of the particle on my right ear canal. I am taking an pill an day, only when I am dizzy. Is any exercise I can do to help or to PREVENT my dizzyness.

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Quality Spyce Says:

I suffered from vertigo for years... Until one day when I was at the doctor's office and he had a med student there with him... she took all the information needed from me and suggested to my doctor to try Canalith Repositioning Maneuver for Positional Vertigo... He did that and I havn't had any dizziness since!! It is awesome... Google it and check it out!!

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Cindy Says:

I was diagnosed with an inner ear infection. The doctor prescribed novo-betahistine16 mg tablets. Will these tablets help with the infection or are they just for dizziness?

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morris Says:

i have been diagnost by mri on my head that it is starving for blood that is why i get dizzy . can you help?
also head scans

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Albert Says:

Hello I know your post is older but, you may still check it there are exercises re like physio to help with vertigo it is a form of therapy to improve the problem it is called VRT ypu may need to find a Doc that will refer you for this but it may well be worth your time. Not sure this helps all I can say is I hope So.

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Salty Says:

novo betahistine

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Salty Says:

side effects ofnovo betahistineYAXCL

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ann Says:

I have verigo and im taking novo-betahistine is there somthning else |I can do like exercise or somthing to help get ride of this .

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sherry Says:

This is a med for Vertigo Diziness

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Donald Says:

What is the difference, if any, between Novo-Betahistine and Teva-Betahistine? I have used "Novo" for some time but for my last priscription refill refilled "Teva" instead because my insurance carriers coverage.

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Mandy Says:
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Re: cookie (# 1)

My doctor prescribed it for pain,I have been taking ibuprofen for 2/yrs ,I wanted to switch because after 2/yrs of taking it would make my stomach burn, so my doctor prescribed this,as it is also an antiflamatory and although it's been 4 days I did using this i never notice any side affects which is a big yayyy for me, the only thing that you realy have to be aware of is matter what pain you have DO NOT TAKE ANY OTHER IBEPROFIN, we can't take ibuprofen or anything with ibeprofin, that's what the doctor,then the pharmacy said the same thing,and as all meds,it works well with food,have a wonderful day.

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Dennis Says:

I had vertigo a year ago .It went away in 3weeks so I stopped. I am not dizzy but my balance is off
slightly Should I finish the rest to see if that will solve balance problem

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marin5 Says:
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I had Vertigo for years, I took meclizine only
when I got dizzy.Eventually itvstopped and I haven't been bothered since!
When I first got it I was just a child, maybe
10, and the Doctor I went to gave me a script! Later on in years I got it again and that Dr. had passed away. I never could find out what he gave me but I had got rid of it in 3 days and didn't get it again until after marriage and childbirth. Meclizine was all right. But you have to notice that you can only turn your head to one side, by practice!
Someone wrote above on these posts, to go on google with a remedy that works. it started with Canalith repositioning etc. etc.

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