Nautamine Motion Sickness
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Nautamine Motion Sickness

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Ingredient:  Di(acefylline) diphenhydramine 90mg

In which case should Nautamine be used?

This medicine is an antihistamine: diphenhydramine. It is indicated in adults and children over age of 2 to prevent and treat travel sickness.

What are the contraindications for Nautimine?

This medicine MUST NOT BE USED in the following cases:

  • Under age of 2 due to the dosage form
  • Some forms of glaucoma (increased pressure inside the eye)
  • Difficulty passing urine caused by a prostate or other problem
  • Known allergy to antuhistamines

This medicine should not generally be used, unless otherwise indicated by your doctor, if you are breast-feeding or being treated with enoxacin.

Precautions: In the event of long-term liver or kidney disease, consult your doctor so that he can adjust the dosage.

This medicine should only be taken under medical advice in the elderly:

  • Predisposed to constipation, dizziness or drowsiness
  • With prostate problems

Contact your doctor before taking this antihistamine.

How to use Nautamine?

  • Adults and children over 12 years old: 1-1.5 tablets to be taken half an hr prior to departure. Repeat if required after 6hrs, without exceeding 6 tablets per day.
  • Children from 6 - 12 years old: 1 tablet to be taken half an hr prior to departure. Repeat if required after 6hrs, without exceeding 4 tablets per day.
  • Children from 2 - 6 years old: Half a crushed tablet per dose to be taken half an hr prior to departure. Repeat if required after 6hrs, without exceeding 4 crushed half-tablets per day.

Undesirable and bothersome effects of nautamine: Like any active product this medicine may in certain persons give tise to varying degrees of unpleasant effects:

Some undesirable effects require you to immediately stop taking the treatment and contact a doctor

  • Allergic reactions: Skin rash, Quincke's oedema, anaphylactic shock.
  • Marked reduction in white blood cells, that may be manifested by the onset or recurrence of a fever, accompanied or otherwise by signs of infections
  • Abnormal reduction in blood platelets, that may be reflected by nosebleeds or bleeding gums

Other undesirable effects may occur, such as:

  • Drowsiness, impaired alertness
  • Memory or concentration problems, dizziness (more common in elderly)
  • Poor motor coordination, tremor
  • Confusion, hallucinations
  • Dry mouth, disturbed vision, urinary retention, constipation, palpitations, fall in blood pressure.

More rarely, signs of excitation (agitation, nervousness, insomnia) may occur.

 

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