PROCHLORPERAZINE Reviews

Average Rating: 2.2 (4 Ratings)

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DATE ADDED
 
 4  Dizziness Disturbing nightmares It really helped with my dizzy spell (prescribed for an ear infection) but through the entire course of me taking the medication I have had really realistic upsetting nightmares - ranging from dreams about nearly being murdered to experiencing a haunting/demonic attachment. F 23 6 days
5mg 3X D
10/28/2021
 3  For positional vertigo and sickness Horrific real deep nightmares after a couple of days Have taken for two days, helped the dizziness and nausea but I'm going to have to stop them because of the vivid real dreams especially the feeling of having a mouth full of something foul. F 59 2 days
5 mg 3X D
5/26/2021
 1  having a cold and pain in the ear Severe headache in the middle of the head and in the front, dizziness, nausea , anorexia and difficulty in vision I was suffering from cold and inflammation in the inner ear and it caused me in the presence of dizziness and nausea. When the doctor wrote to me, this medicine did not suit me, but my condition worsened. I felt a lot of dizziness, nausea and lack of vision. F 48 6 days
5 mg
3/5/2019
 1  Nausea following antibiotics Terrifying multi-sensorial waking nightmares. I was given Stemetil in hospital for nausea following antibiotic treatment for a uterine infection. I experienced vivid hallucinations that had a 3-d quality, ie, the sense of smell and touch was very intense. F 35 2 days
4/16/2009
  

PROCHLORPERAZINE  (PROCHLORPERAZINE):  This medication is used to treat severe nausea and vomiting from certain causes (for example, after surgery or cancer treatment). Prochlorperazine belongs to a class of drugs known as phenothiazines. This medication is not recommended for use in children younger than 2 years or in children going through surgery.   (Sources: U.S. Centers for Medicare Services, FDA)

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