Motion Sickness

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Motion sickness or kinetosis, also known as travel sickness, is a condition in which a disagreement exists between visuall...
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Dramamine 4,321 Zofran 3,400 Bonine 2,335
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Dramamine
Other name: Meclizine (Meclizine)
Other name: Dimenhydrinate (Dimenhydrinate)
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Meclozine (International Nonproprietary Name, or meclizine) is an antihistamine considered to be an antiemetic. It is sold under the brand names Bonine, Bonamine, Antivert, Postafen, Sea Legs, and '''Dramamine (Less Dr...
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Dimenhydrinate (in US marketed under brand names Dramamine, Driminate, Gravol, Gravamin, Vomex, and Vertirosan) is an over-the-counter drug used to prevent nausea and motion sickness. It is marketed in Canada as '''Gra...
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Dry Mouth
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Blurred Vision
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Meclozine (International Nonproprietary Name, or meclizine) is an antihistamine considered to be an antiemetic. It is sold under the brand names Bonine, Bonamine, Antivert, Postafen, Sea Legs, and '''Dramamine (Less Dr...
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About Dramamine
Dimenhydrinate (in US marketed under brand names Dramamine, Driminate, Gravol, Gravamin, Vomex, and Vertirosan) is an over-the-counter drug used to prevent nausea and motion sickness. It is marketed in Canada as '''Gra...
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not give the harder side effects like the orginal Dramamine...
" ...car sick and my vet recommend Bonine to me and it works pretty good. My vet said it does not give the harder side effects like the orginal Dramamine (with... "

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me than Dramamine. It is chewable, works fast if you are...
" ...RECIPE ;-) I find that Bonine works better for me than Dramamine. It is chewable, works fast if you are... "

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dramamine, and it's wonderful!!! No side effects and you...
" ...non-drowsy version of dramamine, and it's wonderful!!! No side effects and you feel ...nut, and I've been on some exceptionally wicked coasters. Bonine wor... "

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and I have a problem tolerating Dramamine, but Bonine works...
" DH and I have a problem tolerating Dramamine, but Bonine works great for us. Might have... "

1/2 hour before takeoff. I get motion sick, so it helps...
" ...me more comfortabale when I fly is to take a Bonine (better than Dramamine) 1/2 hour before takeoff. I get motion sick, so it helps with that, which helps... "

I threw up with them on. I used dramamine it worked but...
" ...up with them on. I used dramamine ...Bonine and take it before bed. I did not like the patch at all. Of course I weigh only 102 lbs so they tend to over prescribe for my weight, maybe half a pat... "

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me out cold so that doesn't work. Sea bands didn't work...
" ...out cold so that doesn't work. Sea bands didn't work for me at all. Bonine works and used to be my main medication, but in recent years it's made me very groggy. Ginger is the only remedy I've... "

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twice a day and it seemed to help without any side effects...
" ...Dramamine) makes us EXTREMELY sleepy and we cannot take it at all. What seemed to help us was ginger capsules. We (mainly my DH) took 1000mg (I think it's measured in mg) twice a day and it seemed... "

really drowsy (dramamine often does) and it works well on...
" ...but i've found that i like bonine better than dramamine. it doesn't make me really drowsy (dramamine often does) and it works well on planes and long ...do a mix of bonine, give the sea bands... "

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now that DS is 10. DS does not have adverse reactions...
" ...I had no side-effects from Bonine so I ...switched to dramamine, but I plan to ask the doctor about switching back now that DS is 10. DS does not have adverse reactions (over-tiredness or... "

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