Ondem Md

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having nausea, flatulence,bloating in stomach, palpitations

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shruti Says:

i am 19 weeks pregnant and obese with hypothyroid. i have been prescribed ondem 8 mg for vomiting.
is it safe to have the tablet daily once?

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neil Says:

vomiting for one hour after food

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Verwon Says:

Ondem contains the active ingredient Ondansetron, this is commonly used to help treat nausea and prevent vomiting.

You may experience some side effects include: drowsiness, dry mouth and headache.

As to use during pregnancy and the dosage frequency, this site is not medical professional and do not know your medical history, so I can only suggest that you follow your doctor's instructions for proper usage.

You can read more on this medication here:


Is there anything else I can help you with?

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Susha Nambiar Says:

My daughter, 10 months old who shows the tendency of vomiting while giving food. She throws the food often. She has been prescribed ondem syrup 2.5 ml for vomiting. When i give ondem after voimiting she does not vomit the food at least till 24 hours. Can you please advise me whether it can give alternative days ? Is it safety ?

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Victoria Novac Says:

Hi, many years ago I was diagnosed with cervical cancer.I had several surgeries and radiation treatments.The radiation treatments caused other problems,one of which made it necessary to have a bowel resection leaving me with extreem bowel problems.diarhea,uncontrolled bowels and gassy. I have had to make changes in my diet in order to have more controol over my symptoms. Not the best diet for anyone.I have tried several different medications but found Diphenoxylate/atropine to work best for me. It has some side effects,one of which is dry mouth and if I take too many I get a nervousness feeling from it. I have been having other problems for a while now and my doctor prescribed Methscopolamine BR.Can taking Diphenoxylate/Atropine for so many years cause other problems and what is Methscopolamine BR.

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durgesh nandini Says:

0.5 ml injection of ondem was given to my 2 years old daughter for vomitting? is it sufficient bcz vomitting is continue.

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rishi Says:
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Ondem tablet is advisable or not

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