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Motion Sickness Pills Make Sleepy
I've always suffer of motion sickness now im 16 weeks pregnant still with motion sickness can i take dramamine (dimenhydrinate) for this? and if so,wich dramamine (dimenhydrinate)?
Obstetrician: All pregnant women should consult their obstetrician before taking any medications including over the counter ones. ...Read more
Antivert (meclizine): They are all about the same and tend to make you tired. ...Read more
Medication SEs: Yes. Of course.Get a more detailed answer ›
I get altitude sickness at just 6000 ft, does ibuprofen really help prevent getting altitude sickness? Can you mix dramamine (dimenhydrinate) with ibuprofen?
Lamictal: Possible, depending on the daily dose. Might want to discuss with your prescribing doc. Possibility of taking the slow-release, or taking it at night. ...Read more
I'm flying tomorrow, have a head cold, IBS and get motion sickness, can I take Sudafed, Dramamine and Imodium (loperamide) at the same time?
Yes: take what you need to control your symptoms ...Read more
Yes: Dimenhydrinate is a histamine antagonist designed to counter some of the ill effects of motion in cars and boats to which some persons are prone. One of its major side effects is drowsiness. Before taking dimenhydrinate you should check with your doctor that it does not interact with any other medications you are already on. ...Read more
Motion sickness: There is a great discussion of this at wikipedia. ...Read more
Is there a medication I can take to help my motion sickness? Dramamine (dimenhydrinate) makes me drowsy. I have glaucoma - am I allowed to take scopolomine?
Yes: Scopolamine patches are fairly effective, but work best if applied the night before travel. All drugs in this class share side effects of dry mouth, constipation, and sedation. They may also potentiate the effects of alcohol or other sedating drugs. Check with your doctor for interactions with any other medications you are taking or other underlying medical conditions. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Definitely: Many drugs promote falling. Valium and all the members of its class can promote falling through multiple mechanisms including loss of coordination, relaxation of muscles and lack of clear thinking. If you are not tired before taking benzos, this risk is present. When tired, the risk is magnified. ...Read more
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