Buccastem M 3mg Buccal Anti sickness 8 Tablets Prochlorperazine For Migraines

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Vendeur: tigggerlilly (1.564) 100%, Lieu où se trouve: Poole, Lieu de livraison: GB et de nombreux autres pays, Numéro de l'objet: 293097057680 Listing is for one box of Buccastem M 3mg. 8 x Buccal under lip dissolve Tablets. Please contact me for multiple purchases as I do offer combined p&p. Thanks Prochlorperazine buccal tablets are used to treat the feeling of nausea, which is brought on by conditions such as migraines, vertigo, and inner ear problems. The tablets’ active ingredient, prochlorperazine, prevents vomiting by blocking the activity of dopamine receptors in the area of the brain that initiates nausea. Buccal tablets dissolve in the mouth, so are popular among patients who cannot, or prefer not to swallow medicine. Nausea is caused by imbalances in the vestibular system. This is a series of fluid chambers and nerves in each ear that controls the body’s sense of balance. When the brain detects conflicting information being relayed by the vestibular system and the eyes or muscles, it triggers the feeling of nausea. This is why irregular motion such as that on a plane or boat can lead to nausea. This type of nausea can affect anyone, but those who experience migraines may be much more susceptible. Prochlorperazine is a type of drug called a phenothiazine. Only a low dose of prochlorperazine is used to control nausea; at higher doses, this same medicine is used to treat psychiatric illnesses. These tablets may cause drowsiness, so should be used carefully if you plan on driving or on using motor skills otherwise. Condition: New

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