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I was prescribed meclizine after struggling bad with vertigo about 2 days. After I took the first pill I could start to feel the dizziness fade, and after two or 3 days while on meclizine I started to feel normal again. Anyone reading this that had or has the same struggles with vertigo, take my advice this works wonders.
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I have terrible motion sickness, so a pharmacist recommended this. The bottle says to take 1-2 tablets (35 mg each) an hour before needing it. I took 2 since I knew we were going to have a turbulent flight. I slept the 2 hours on the flight - I was happy with that! Today I took one before my first flight, and am hesitant to take a second; I am hoping the 25 mg will continue several hours later since I had a long layover. I don’t care if it knocks me out - -I won’t be driving and I didn’t get sick on the flights!
Several years ago, I had vertigo and nausea so severe that I could not keep water down and could not even walk. I was back on my feet and "up and running " in just 24 hours! I would highly recommend this pharmaceutical to anyone.
Could not get out-of-bed; the world spun even with eyes closed. Would try to sit up and would fall over; crawled to bathroom with major headache. 36 hrs after starting Meclizine 12.5 mg tabs, I was symptom free. For the correct diagnosis, works wonders. I was 65 at the time. Paula
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Superior to dimenhydrinate as an anti-emetic. If you are taking this medication for the prevention of sea-sickness, you may experience a sensation of "being back on the ocean" while showering. Not unpleasant, but a bit disconcerting if unexpected.
I have had spells of veritgo for years every month it acts up and out of no where leaving me stuck in bed frustrated finally I went to a doc prescribed this to me and it's been a cure to say the least just a few days ago I was so dizzy falling over eyes twitching couldn't focus I took one whole pill and it helps so much take off that nautious spinning feeling I still feel off balance at times and keep this in my purse or with me always! So thankful for this medicine and I was skeptical to try but I was willing to try anything as it is the worst feeling and paralyzing to everyday life.
when i was in my 20s had vertigo 4 6 months after surgery asked dr for a med gave me antivert now at 60 searched for this med found a place in Ontario that makes a compound one had some side effects, took only at night and took 2 of the 12.5 mg love this pill as have had great results with antivert upset that Canada doesnt make it anymore, but u can buy it OTC in US stores. Please bring this pill Antivert back to Canada and have it covered.Cost me 30 dollars for 30 of the 12.5 mg cost 70 something 4 the 25mg of 30 pills
This prescribed Meclize medicine made me drowsy. Couldn't go about my day and it didn't take the dizziness all away. I took Andramamine over the counter non drowsy didn't help. Acupuncture and Chiropractor treatment helped me I have only gotten 2 treatments and have been able to return to work I love my provider because he does both Dr Kang Brian he's the best!
Brand: Rugby Meclizine 12.5 mg Side-Effects: Constipation, stomach pain. It didnt really help much. I been taking it 2-3days , sometimes I take one other times two. It only would help for an hour and the dizziness would come back. Worst of all was stomach discomfort and having constipation. Is there a better brand or better type medication anyone had found helpful for vertigo? Thank you in advance.
I have severe vertigo attacks that cause me to lose my balance and stagger like a drunk, ultimately vomiting needing to lay down for hours to recover. I have to use meclizine 25mg much more frequently than the every 8 hours to have any sort of control of my vertigo. I keep tablets by my bed at night; if I wake up in the middle of the night dizzy, I take a pill to try to keep the usually resultng nausea somewhat at bay when I get up in the morning. During my vertigo attack sessions (usually for 2 - 3 weeks), I could take 8 or more meclizine in a day with minimal relief of vertigo (but better than no relief). Nothing seems to help, and the meclizine is not the remedy for my vertigo at all.
This medicine does not help me with my vertigo. I am constantly having dizzy spells and this medicine does not help at all. I have tried taking it on the onset of my dizziness and it helps with no symptoms and I have no side affects with the medicine. I took one tablet 25mg every 8 hours and even tried doubling the dosage
At 25MG It didn't help me at all and caused my bladder to block up.
I first took meclizine for nausea due to being car sick. I get very sick just being in a car for longer than an hour. Living in the city, it's very hard to cope with because everytime I go anywhere, I'm in the car longer than an hour! I got Dramamine less drowsy which has meclizine and it WORKS WONDERS! And to top it, I have anxiety. So when I feel nauseous due to anxiety, I take it and it works great. My mom took it when she had a stomach virus and it kept her from vomitting. I highly recommend meclizine! So glad it's OTC now!
If I go on a trip and I'm not the driver I get motion sickness, this plus the fact that I have vertigo makes for a bad day. I take meclizine first thing in the morning on the day of travel and I'm good to go. Now with the vertigo I never know when it's going to come on so I always carry it with me at the onset of dizziness and nausea, I take one and with in the hour all symptoms are gone.. You may find this as on over the counter medicine. So ask your pharmacy..
at first you may be tired but if you use it on a more frequent basis it goes away. So far it had changed my life!!! For the better and I hope it will keep doing that!
Medication works fine, but it was difficult to keep the first dose down. Oral medication for vertigo is not the best first choice in my opinion.
Had a vertigo attack. Couldn't stand, kept vomiting, light-headed and dizzy. Ended up putting me on Meclizine after a 3 day stay in the hospital. Haven't had an attack since. Drowsiness is the major side effect I have encountered.
An inner ear problem caused my to be dizzy when I looked up or down. One 25 mg Meclizine pill made me very drowsy so I only took this at night a few times. I still feel dizzy but not as bad. I will ask my doctor for something else next time. I will not renew this prescription.
It took a few days for my Vertigi to go away, but this medication helped
Meclizine helped me a ton,I don't know what I could do without it.
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