If you have taken this drug 8mg, sublingual (Under the tongue dissolveable)- takes like cotton candy from Hades.
It's a drug they made for chemo, or rather so patients would not feel so nauseated during the process ... and since drug companies are run by Satan, wicked expensive.
However, I am uncertain that it is as effective.
Can anyone else ring in?
Chiming in... so far the only easy-on-the-pocketbook anti-nausea med I have found that works is Lorazepam, generic for Ativan. It's not even that bad under the tongue. The only downside is it's a sleep-aid and anti-depressant, which seems like overkill. But it does work.
I've tried Compozine and it's generic which worked not a jot. That's all I got, coming from the chemo section of Spoon-town.
Ativan, for nausea, sublingual. It would depress the nervous-systems response but ... wow ... is this a more recent protocol change?
Compazine is a huge joke, Reglan is better (but still not enough unless they piggy back it with the time elapse with the next zofran and promethanzine is like eating a pez dispenser.