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Product Details
Generic Name:Dimenhydrinate
Brand Name: Driminate
Dimenhydrinate is used for treating and preventing dizziness, vomiting, nausea and vertigo associated with motion sickness. Sold under brand names Driminate, Dramamine, Gravamin, Gravol, Vertirosan and Vomex in United States, it is an over-the-counter medicine used for preventing motion sickness and nausea. It is sold as Gravol in Canada, as Dramin in Brazil, as Daedalon in Hungary, as Anautin in Ecuador, as Antimo in Indonesia, as Xamamina in Italy, as Dịmennīn in Thailand and as Viabom in Portugal and is most commonly used as pills, albeit it’s also offered in suppositories and in liquid form. Chemically, Dimenhydrinate is a salt of 2 drugs: 8-chlorotheophylline, a chlorinated derivative of theophylline and diphenhydramine.
Doses of Allegra
  • You can take Dimenhydrinate as recommended by your doctor; however if you don’t understand these directions, consult your doctor, pharmacist or nurse to explain them to you.
  • Each dose can be taken with glass full of water.
  • To make sure you are safely taking this medicine, measure the liquid form with special dose measuring cup or spoon and not with standard tablespoon.
  • This medicine is usually taken every four to six hours as required; don’t take over 400mg in one day.
  • Missed dose can be taken as soon as you remember; don’t take additional dose to make the missed one.
  • Get emergency medical help in case of overdose; symptoms include drowsiness, death, convulsions or seizures and difficulty breathing.
  • Store this medicine at room temperature away from heat and moisture.