What is Emetrol?
In general, emetrol is well tolerated. Sleepiness is the most frequent adverse effect. Headache, vertigo, and dry mouth are some additional side effects. People who have kidney or liver disease shouldn't take emetrol. Emetrol should not be used by anyone under the age of 12.
Emetrol is a drug that treats nausea and vomiting and is both secure and efficient. Before taking Emetrol, it's important to discuss your pregnancy or breastfeeding with a doctor.
Benefits of Emetrol
soothes nauseousness and vomiting
Safe for children and can be used during pregnancy without a prescription
consequences of emetrol
Dry mouth Queasy feeling
Dosage and Administration of Emetrol
Emetrol is available as a tablet and syrup. The recommended dose for adults and children over the age of 12 is 30-60 mL (1-2 tablespoons) every 4-6 hours as needed.
Emetrol should be taken with food or milk to decrease the risk of gastrointestinal side effects.
Emetrol is not recommended for use in children under the age of 12.
Drug Interactions of Emetrol
Emetrol does not interact with other medications and is not metabolized by cytochrome P450 enzymes. Alcohol's effects could be exacerbated by metroxil.
Before taking Emetrol, it's important to let your doctor know if you're taking any other medications.
Emetrol during pregnancy and lactation
The FDA has categorized emetrol as pregnancy category B. There aren't any adequate and carefully controlled studies in pregnant women, despite the fact that teratogenicity has not been demonstrated in animal studies.