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Zofran Zydis Wafers
Okay: No worrisome drug interactions between Ativan and Zofran (ondansetron). Zofran (ondansetron) is for nausea and vomitting, and is a safe medication. Ativan is an anxiolytic, you are advised when taking this medication to not operate heavy machinery, and to not drive. Zofran (ondansetron) does not increase nor decrease the affects of Ativan. I hope that this information is helpful. ...Read more
Pharmacological studies on Zofran show that patients with moderate to severe hepatic impairment (liver) may have an extended half life of Zofran. In most patients over half the drug is gone in 5.7 hours. Older patients may take longer to clear Zofran as well. It really depends what side effects you are talking about as well.
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Yes: But ask a physician for advise on dosing and whether it is actually needed. ...Read more
Nausea of pregnancy: Zofran (ondansetron) is not the only medication that can safely help your nausea -- talk with your ob-gyn about other options. Also ginger may help, either tea or nibbling crystallized pieces. http://tinyurl.com/n447plo acupressure/acupuncture may help. Classical homeopathy may help also: http://tinyurl.Com/mqsufqp. ...Read more
Many drug: Interactions -any h/x liver disease, minimal dosing. Not meant as a long duration medication to my knowledge. ...Read more
Yes: It should be safe as long as you have no history of a reaction to PeptoBismol and no history of chronic GI illness. Always follow the dosing directions and consult with a pharmacist regarding drug interactions. ...Read more
I left Zofran pills in the foil wrapping, inside the box in my bag in the car for 2days.Car wasnt extremely hot but def hotter than should be.effects?
Well : If Madison stay around room temperatures they're generally fine if they get a little warmer they can get weaker if they get too hot they can become ineffective. If they're too hot they degrade and are not effective at all ...Read more
Since one can't access saline,zofran (ondansetron) (ondansetron) and tormadol whenever they like what are some OTC for zofran (ondansetron) and tormadol?
Benadryl (diphenhydramine) & naproxen:
OTC meds to try to lessen nausea (in place of zofran) can include things like Dramamine (meclizine, dimenhydrinate), like Benadryl (diphenhydramine) or Zyrtec (dyphenhydramine, loratadine, cetirizine), or like Zantac (famotidine, ranitidine).
Toradol is an NSAID like OTC ibuprofen or naproxen.
Not sure what you meant about saline. Salt + water = saline so you can make that easily enough.
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I am currently taking Zofran (ondansetron) 8mg. Today I took one at 10am, then again at 4pm and then again at 9pm. Was that bad to take that many in one day? Will I have any side effects from taking that many?
7 month old baby is vommiting what can I give her, I have valoid syrup and a Zofran Zydis 4mg tablet?
Not Recommended: Boththe meds mentioned are not recommended to be used in babies.We need more information to find the cause.Vomiting in babies can be due to an infection in any part of body.or gastroenteritis,most common is feeding problem as different foods are introduced at that age.Treatment also depends on persitent vomiting or on and off vomiting.Breast or bottle feeding.Consult baby's Pediatrician what to do ...Read more
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What is Zofran (ondansetron) taken for? I was prescribed Zofran (ondansetron) back in january 2012 but i don't remeber what it's taken for.
Zofran (ondansetron): It blocks the actions of chemicals in the body that can trigger nausea & vomiting. It can cause blurred vision & feeling like u would pass out. ...Read more
I have a great insurance co, nameless, I take 8mg Zofran (ondansetron) 3xdaily, but my ins co only allows me 12tabs /month...Any food for the fight? Thanks4ur help!
Not unusual: It is not unusual for insurance companies to limit the use of medications that are designed for intermittent or short-term use. You may try to get "prior authorization" by getting your prescribing physician to submit in writing to the insurance company (or pharmacy benefits manager) that your use of zofran (ondansetron) at 3 times a day is a medical necessity. It's worth a try. ...Read more
Zofran (ondansetron) in pregnancy: Zofran (ondansetron) may be used to treat nausea and vomiting associated with pregnancy. It is listed in category b for pregnancy which means that animal studies have shown no risk to fetus but human studies didn't confirm or are not available. Fetal harm is possible but unlikely. ...Read more
Yes: Both medications may be taken at the same time. ...Read more