Q: Can I take the Avomine tablet for a prolonged period?
A: Avomine tablets should not be taken for more than 7 days. If your condition is not relieved after using this medicine for 7 days, consult your doctor immediately.
Q: What special precautions do I need to take while taking the Avomine tablet?
A: While taking the Avomine tablet you should avoid going in direct sunlight, as doing so can make your skin sensitive to sunlight. Consult your doctor if your skin becomes sensitive to sunlight.
Q: What should I do if I have a dry mouth after taking the Avomine tablet?
A: If you have a dry mouth after the Avomine tablet you should drink plenty of water, suck sugarless candy or ice chips or chew sugarless gum.
Q: Does the Avomine tablet cause constipation?
A: Avomine tablets can cause constipation as a side effect of using this medicine. Consult your doctor if constipation persists.
Q: Does Avomine have side effects?
A: Headache, constipation, restlessness, blurring of vision, dry mouth etc. are few common side effects of this medicine, that usually resolve with time.
Q: When should I take Avomine for motion sickness?
A: You can take Avomine 1 or 2 hours before beginning the travel, as advised by the doctor. Do not take more than prescribed dose.
Q: Can we eat after taking Avomine?
A: Avomine tablets can be taken either with or without food, as advised by the doctor.
Q: Is Avomine a sleeping tablet?
A: No, Avomine is an antihistamine, that is used for the treatment of nausea and vomiting caused due to motion sickness. It is also used for the treatment of allergic symptoms such as a runny nose, itching and rash.
Q: Is Avomine a painkiller?
A: No, Avomine tablets are not a painkiller. It is an antiemetic and anti-allergic medicine used to prevent nausea and vomiting and treat allergic conditions.
Q: Is Avomine an antihistamine?
A: Yes, Avomine tablets contain promethazine, an antihistamine medicine. It works by stopping histamine from binding to its receptors in an area in the brain known as the vomiting centre.