Will antivert get rid of my panic attacks?
Hi, I have been having really bad panic attacks lately and I was prescribed xanax and it worked but my doctor will not give it to me again because he said I only needed it for a week. I am now prescribed antivert but I have not taken it yet. My question is does this drug help to get rid of panic attacks? Also I...
Asked by Johana Gorelik 4 months ago.
Hi, I have been having really bad panic attacks lately and I was prescribed xanax and it worked but my doctor will not give it to me again because he said I only needed it for a week. I am now prescribed antivert but I have not taken it yet. My question is does this drug help to get rid of panic attacks? Also I would appreciate any advice on panic attacks if you have any because I have been feeling awful lately and it is very hard to do the things that I want to do. It has become very difficult for me to be able to go to work but I try to make it through. Answered by Deann Athans 4 months ago.
Oh John. I have anxiety disorder too. Antivert is for vertigo, or dizzy spells. It won't work. The anxiety is coming from inside your head, it's not a physical thing. It's triggered from even a fleeting thought you might not even realize you had. It's triggered by cortisol and adrenalin from you body. It's the same thing we feel when we are excited but you and me, and thousands of other people have turned that excitement feeling into fear. I have been taking xanax every day since 1995. With the panic attacks came clostrophobia! I got off the money, after seeing a psychiatrist that didn't help, to buy a program called "Attacking Anxiety" by Lucinda Bassett. I listened to each tape, one a week, over and over for that week, did the workbook, the whole 16 week program one week at a time. I was not able to drive, as I had my first attack while driving. I didn't want to leave home, or go to work because I didn't want those terrible feelings. I went to the emergency room countless times, thinking I was having a heart attack. After doing the program by Lucinda Bassett, I drove, went back to work, and learned how to push the anxiety away. Yes, I still take the xanax, but I fly, take vacations alone (I just took a cruise to the Bahamas alone, and went diving!!), drive, work, and even am newly licensed to ride a motorcycle!! I got more out of that program than I did in 4 years of therapy!! If you can afford it, I'd highly advise you send for that program!! Answered by Oma Guttirez 4 months ago.
Hi there, I just laugh about my past 3 years of panic now. I was not able to go anywhere without carrying xanax. Fear of having another attack was the most important subject of my days.When i first found joe barry's web site i started to cry because of my happiness. Free audio to end anxiety and panic attacks fast? Answered by Becky Pless 4 months ago.
Mild case of vertigo. Can I buy antivert otc?
Can I buy Antivert over the counter?I have a mild case of vertigo. The first time it happened was a year ago. Went to the doc, got some blood tests and everything was fine. He prescribed Antivert.After that I only had it again once that year.This morning, when I woke up I experienced vertigo again. (It...
Asked by Elease Imai 4 months ago.
Can I buy Antivert over the counter? I have a mild case of vertigo. The first time it happened was a year ago. Went to the doc, got some blood tests and everything was fine. He prescribed Antivert. After that I only had it again once that year. This morning, when I woke up I experienced vertigo again. (It sucks!) I was wondering, can I get antivert otc? What are its side effects? Is there anything else I can do? Answered by Kristopher Berkowitz 4 months ago.
Antivert (meclizine) is a prescription name. I've never seen it OTC, but meclizine is an OTC medication, and it's sold, among others, as Dramamine Less Drowsy Formula. The original Dramamine (dimenhydrinate) works at least as well, but tends to be a little more sedating. Answered by Jacquie Brumley 4 months ago.
Eliminate Vertigo and Dizziness Answered by Yadira Gornikiewicz 4 months ago.
No, antivert is a prescription drug. Try a decongestent. Answered by Gladis Hilley 4 months ago.
Antivert and antibotics safe to take together?
Asked by Cherelle Odonal 4 months ago.
It should be fine. From drugs.com: "Taking Antivert with other drugs that make you sleepy or slow your breathing can increase these effects. Ask your doctor before taking Antivert with a sleeping pill, narcotic pain medicine, muscle relaxer, or medicine for anxiety, depression, or seizures. Tell your doctor about all medicines you use, and those you start or stop using during your treatment with Antivert, especially: cinacalcet; quinidine; terbinafine; or the antidepressants bupropion, duloxetine, fluoxetine, paroxetine, or sertraline. Other drugs may interact with Antivert, including prescription and over-the-counter medicines, vitamins, and herbal products. Tell each of your healthcare providers about all medicines you use now, and any medicine you start or stop using." Answered by Deedee Moraites 4 months ago.
I don't know what antivert is, but to be completely sure/safe call up and ask your pharmacist just to be sure. That's all they study in school-they will know much better then a doctor would. Answered by Laverne Sober 4 months ago.
Yes they're secure if taken properly except you might be allergic. They need to additionally best be taken for micro organism, not viruses. Too many folks need antibiotics for viruses and that causes more harm than excellent. That means taking all of them and following the recommendations on the prescription. The myth that they aren't secure is due to the fact some men and women stop taking them halfway on the grounds that they consider best and that explanations the bacteria to grow to be resistant against the antibiotics as a way to make them even sicker than before. Frequently people do file fatigue but that is just the physique using vigor to fight off contamination. Answered by Louis Matzek 4 months ago.
Is Antivert an over-the-counter drug?
I was in the ER the other night w/vertigo. I left w/a script for Antivert. When my husband went to fill it the next morning he was told we had to pay full price - insurance wouldn't cover - since it was an OTC. I didn't believe that to be the case.
Asked by Cathy Arizmendi 4 months ago.
Antivert's generic name is meclizine and meclizine is available over the counter under the name Bonine or new formulation (less drowsy formulation) Dramamine as 25mg (same as prescription strength) Answered by Terrilyn Briddick 4 months ago.
Antiverts active ingredients are contained in other medications, like "All Day Allergy Relief" as opposed to "Claritan." Usually when the doctor give you something like that, go home and research it before you fill it. Like when the doc gives you 800 Mg of prescription strength mortin, and all you need to do is take three tablets. Answered by Pauletta Myrck 4 months ago.
It may be an OTC. There is a generic that would cost around $10. Answered by Myrl Balaski 4 months ago.
Why was Antivert and Meclizine recalled?
I have vertigo and have taken Meclizine for years. My doctor has switched to Compazine. Will this work as well? Would appreciate physicians opinion, can't find specific information on the web. Thank you.....
Asked by Ali Switcher 4 months ago.
Medications to reduce the whirling sensation of vertigo are called vestibular suppressants. They include: Antihistamines, such as Dramamine (dimenhydrinate), Antivert (meclizine), Benadryl (diphenhydramine). Scopolamine, also known as Transderm-Scop. Sedatives, such as Valium (diazepam) or Klonopin (clonazepam). ________________________ Antiemetic medications (Compazine is one of these) may be used if you have nausea or vomiting along with the vertigo. Compazine will only stop nausea/vomiting caused by vertigo not the spinning sensation. _________________________ If you have the whirling sensation problem, then talk with your doctor about getting back on a vestibular suppressant again. Antivert is one of those & it has NOT been recalled. Remember Compazine is just a medication to stop vomiting & it will not help you at all with the feeling of spinning. Hope this info helps! Good luck! Answered by Rosalia Oguendo 4 months ago.
Antivert/meclizine/anyone taken this b4?
has anyone ever taken this before how did it make u feel?
Asked by Patricia Angis 4 months ago.
I have taken Antivert. It was prescribed for me in June when I developed vestibular neuritis, an inflammation of the nerve in my middle ear, which caused extreme dizziness, loss of balance (vertigo) and nausea. I had no problems with it but it didn't relieve my nausea so I also had to take phenergan. If you need more info, please feel free to email me. Answered by Silvia Ivancevic 4 months ago.
Can I buy Antivert over the counter?
I have a mild case of vertigo. The first time it happened was a year ago. Went to the doc, got some blood tests and everything was fine. He prescribed Antivert.After that I only had it again once that year.This morning, when I woke up I experienced vertigo again. (It sucks!) I was wondering, can I get...
Asked by Megan Frische 4 months ago.
I have a mild case of vertigo. The first time it happened was a year ago. Went to the doc, got some blood tests and everything was fine. He prescribed Antivert. After that I only had it again once that year. This morning, when I woke up I experienced vertigo again. (It sucks!) I was wondering, can I get antivert otc? What are its side effects? Is there anything else I can do? Answered by Anneliese Paynes 4 months ago.
I'e been takeing Antivert for years because of Miners disease and outher that geting a bit sleepy sometimes i had'nt noticed any outer side effects.The over the counter drug would have to be discussed with your Pharmasist. Answered by Michael Plouffe 4 months ago.
No, antivert is a prescription drug. Try a decongestent. Answered by Tisha Matsuo 4 months ago.
No, Antivert is by perscription only. Answered by Agustin Garton 4 months ago.
Is antivert the same as over the counter motion sickness pills?
Asked by Ilse Karapetian 4 months ago.
A honeymoon across the ocean. Membership in the Mile High Club. Waterbed. ; ) Answered by Wilber Dobrin 4 months ago.