Anti-Nausea

Last Update February 11, 2016
antiemetic is a medication that is effective against vomiting and nausea. Antiemetics are typically used to treat motion sickness and ...
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Anti-Nausea and Nasal Spray

Interaction between Anti-Nausea and Nasal Spray: Interaction not known, but may still exist. Always consult your doctor before taking these medications together. Do not stop taking the medications without a physician's advice. Disclaimer
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anti-nausea ingredient, that works great. I always keep a...
| forum.purseblog.com
" ...only take 50MG of Imitrex. I try to avoid it, as Imitrex tends to make me dizzy and a little nauseous and also knocks me out. The nasal spray version didn't seem to have ...paracetamol, codeine,... "

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granal-is a nasal spray made with the same ingredients as...
| www.healingwell.com
" ...to get nauseated, you might want to get some anti-nausea medication on hand to take and then also some ...medicaitons. For example, migranal-is a nasal spray made with the same ingredients... "

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y mention trying the nasal spray for you...? it is s...
| www.scoliosis.org
" ...it might require a prescription anti nausea medication...it is the reason i ...take the stuff... i throw up right away, even when they gave me morphine nasal spray...did they mention trying the nasal... "

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the nasal spray after no effect from the tablets. I o...
| www.essentialbaby.com.au
" ...a pethidine shot. But Im one of the few that Imigran didn't work for. I had the tablet ...and was changed to the nasal spray after no effect from the tablets. I ...it, as I get an anti-nausea shot... "

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dizzy. Was prescribed anti nausea tablets and anti biotics....
| www.patient.co.uk
" ...and buzzing. I did feel slightly sick and a bit dizzy. Was prescribed anti nausea tablets and anti biotics. Second ...and pulled inwards and prescribed me beconase nasal spray, this has made no... "

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my neuro switched me to the nasal spray for home use. It...
" I use the Migranal nasal spray when my other meds don't ...it worked and my neuro switched me to the nasal spray for home use. It is ...muscle relaxer for tension and anti-nausea med because both of those... "

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and docter gave her anti-nausea medicine for that. Hoperful...
| www.healingwell.com
" ...that it is making her terribly sick to her stomach - ...allergist last week, and he changed her nasal spray. She was supposed to have ...this Monday, and docter gave her anti-nausea medicine for that.... "

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nasal spray. I do have anti-nausea tablets (Maxolon), but I...
| www.essentialbaby.com.au
" ...and will ask for the nasal spray. I do have anti-nausea tablets (Maxolon), but I actually ...had the same thing happen to me - I was migraine free for most of my pregnancy with DD (except... "

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Was wondering if there was an anti nausea nasal spray? Ni...
| www.mombu.com
" Was wondering if there was an anti... "

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abortive cocktail is: Imitrex Nasal spray (or injection if...
| www.healthboards.com
" ...migraine, my abortive cocktail is: Imitrex Nasal spray (or injection if it's really ...pills, and a Phenergen pill (anti-nausea). If this doesn't work within... "

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