Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 010571/001.

Names and composition

"COMPAZINE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PROCHLORPERAZINE MALEATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
010571/001 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 5MG BASE
010571/002 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
010571/003 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL EQ 25MG BASE
010742/002 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE EDISYLATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION EQ 5MG BASE per ML **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
011000/001 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE MALEATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
011000/002 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE MALEATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 15MG BASE
011000/003 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE MALEATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 30MG BASE
011000/004 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE MALEATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 75MG BASE
011127/001 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE SUPPOSITORY/RECTAL 5MG
011127/002 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE SUPPOSITORY/RECTAL 25MG
011127/003 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE SUPPOSITORY/RECTAL 2.5MG
011188/001 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE EDISYLATE SYRUP/ORAL EQ 5MG BASE per 5ML
011276/001 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE EDISYLATE CONCENTRATE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE per ML
021019/001 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE MALEATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
021019/002 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE MALEATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 15MG BASE

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011000/001 COMPAZINE PROCHLORPERAZINE MALEATE CAPSULE, EXTENDED RELEASE/ORAL EQ 10MG BASE
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What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Min Tuccio 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Bobette Rangitsch 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Romana Audi 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Alverta Brisentine 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Shannan Feijoo 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Jon Straker 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Edda Bryan 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Nadene Quezad 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Willena Recalde 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Digna Finan 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Graciela Levander 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Kelley Sliwinski 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Genoveva Grims 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Chang Magliulo 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Wendie Heroux 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Moira Stamant 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Trena Norstrand 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Demetra Smedsrud 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Del Monn 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Freddie Steinour 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Cindi Leeper 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Ricarda Goates 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Audria Piepenbrink 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Eileen Spece 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Linwood Shimonishi 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Ariel Baltz 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Shaunta Farrin 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Casey Zerby 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Audrey Rey 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Aisha Speach 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Launa Renart 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Al Sinarath 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Vera Goergen 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Carissa Schmader 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Helga Elquist 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Heather Pitzen 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Eve Ngoun 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Keturah Hunte 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Alethea Saab 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Rocky Sarelas 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Dalton Germani 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Pauletta Kinslow 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Andreas Vanleuven 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Harriett Jamwant 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Dinorah Seigler 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Tova Mulhall 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Kena Dornellas 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Dominica Modique 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Alycia Muzzillo 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Lenita Inscore 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Simonne Lamborne 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Luanne Eddie 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Grant Garnsey 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Isela Loter 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Norma Baggs 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Modesto Festini 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Aleida Seyfarth 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Romelia Swiller 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Leota Albin 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Len Steinkamp 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Shanna Korineck 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Yevette Mingioni 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Jaime Keyton 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Kayleigh Syers 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Benjamin Millerd 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Tera Frabotta 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Georgianna Ondik 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Kieth Merna 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Tatyana Kol 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Alexis Attaway 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Aimee Uihlein 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Sunshine Mclilly 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Kizzie Jacquemin 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Marla Vanalstin 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Evalyn Alcosiba 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Inell Magnone 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Rafael Northrop 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Zoila Fondow 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Victorina Lichlyter 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Kaila Schuepfer 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Carroll Farrin 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Cedrick Row 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Torie Carmant 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Michal Autry 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Tari Ottesen 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Devon Czechowski 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Carl Scripture 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Angelica Plasencia 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Thomas Chiola 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Kimberlee Needels 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Brande Sabo 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Warner Rybczyk 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Valentin Isett 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Jefferey Spettel 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Lila Rigsby 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Herb Gebert 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Dayle Magowan 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Carolynn Scharrer 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Lucrecia Polosky 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Lorine Depperschmidt 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Elvie Nicholl 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Asley Jeppesen 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Chiquita Hellen 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Yulanda Vigorito 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Nathaniel Furness 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Lurline Rosalez 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Corine Stenberg 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Lois Maultasch 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Jerrica Barrena 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Mauricio Sidhom 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Monika Holizna 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Mallie Buchinski 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Kimberlie Khat 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Lavone Hilstad 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Latonya Breier 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Jacalyn Pratt 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Vicki Surminec 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Shavon Rile 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Tonia Nolie 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Claudia Fu 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Wm Maricle 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Brian Hammerlund 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Romelia Bencivenga 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Carmelo Monarca 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Isis Chesher 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Kelley Carpinelli 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Georgianne Widdows 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Dallas Archie 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Kam Zaller 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Kenya Bou 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Marx Thorton 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Dale Hotze 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Chance Jacome 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Ludivina Sarp 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Vinnie Rebar 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Jenny Musso 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Monty Byler 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by King Monsegur 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Karmen Brigges 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Elli Monoz 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Jestine Erway 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Merideth Kmetz 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Cheryle Heckard 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Kimberly Sherlock 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Awilda Santilukka 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Cathy Rangitsch 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Ellis Bisaillon 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Harriette Lentz 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Ludie Acevedo 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Samuel Fernanders 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Gary Lask 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Dyan Janecek 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Russel Ubiles 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Chantel Osmundson 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Pam Vranek 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Joselyn Garraway 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Gidget Tanker 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Elfrieda Rettig 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Kenton Slessman 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Moises Dorst 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Cliff Jayes 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Tracie Boque 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Bonnie Sylvestre 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Dana Mcelhany 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Lynne Geoly 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Bianca Schaub 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Birdie Miesse 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Sandie Jarboe 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Hulda Dimling 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Izola Vajgrt 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Kaushiva 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Cherish Haigwood 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Tiffany Lutwin 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Cornelia Rielly 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Candis Guadagno 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Tawna Juliar 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Christian Atteburg 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Tracy Londner 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Steven Emeru 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Mohamed Ienco 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Lucia Gotchy 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Bill Oflynn 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Sheba Ogans 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Phyliss Chocron 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Carin Stahle 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Ahmed Dimitri 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Effie Gerdis 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Wynell Cryder 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Merrie Broers 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Randy Sellai 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Demetria Holiman 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Denyse Goliday 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Pam Clipp 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Bertie Few 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Mark Horta 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Shelley Bugarewicz 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Karole Joern 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Eartha Kapper 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Kai Bugni 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Verdell Terboss 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Magdalene Jividen 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Cori Loucks 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Sylvie Delbusto 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Dwayne Molton 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Clyde Mariotti 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Kyoko Mccrumb 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Eugenie Burnias 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Julianna Conboy 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Aldo Carmack 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Sergio Willington 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Catarina Vongphakdy 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Ellis Giffen 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Glayds Falgoust 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Sari Dearmas 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Darrell Helde 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Anibal Troisi 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Sunshine Sechrest 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Elana Jannell 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Michael Mccurdy 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Miki Huebsch 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Somer Verner 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Genevieve Precythe 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Vanessa Stamatopoulos 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Yvonne Patricia 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Marvis Thammavongsa 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Columbus Lueckenhoff 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Sommer Stene 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Garth Boumthavee 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Josie Shackley 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Suzann Chaplik 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Mario Brasher 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Lahoma Mossien 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Diedre Riso 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Oda Woskobojnik 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Nova Folkman 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Shondra Azer 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Adrienne Starrs 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Jon Mlodzianowski 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Casimira Larison 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Shane Herrman 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Dori Athas 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Kit Hanney 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Maya Merlan 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Enola Cargo 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Ashely Strub 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Gwyn Pitarresi 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Jenni Millspaugh 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Audria Kochis 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Dixie Miosek 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Delores Kasparek 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Paulene Aymond 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Anastacia Willenborg 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Jonelle Kazmer 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Phillis Pino 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Pamelia Cannington 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Loise Debiasi 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Madlyn Balonek 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Shanta Pastiva 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Louanne Mesick 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Jane Oatfield 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Eugenie Hellerman 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Hertha Neibert 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by An Saefong 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Bobbye Carreiro 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Katharyn Tashima 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Kassandra Knehans 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Vernon Vanschoiack 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Deloris Hinchcliffe 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Leola Helfrey 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Rick Segawa 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Gayla Ciaschi 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Georgiana Sampsel 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Jeffrey Blazon 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Leigha Cossin 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Hilario Pannone 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Rebeca Pridgett 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Darryl Wybenga 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Jaunita Mize 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Rudy Niemitzio 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Carly Gaut 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Tamara Gilding 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Keri Macias 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Alease Bickart 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Neva Walt 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Kevin Stachura 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Herma Vigneau 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Micheline Clarendon 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Kieth Deprofio 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Lana Roddey 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Tawnya Takes 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Wally Sampey 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Tandy Daughters 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Cathryn Wangler 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Shizue Rakoczy 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Shira Donham 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Marietta Hulburt 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Ted Nader 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Marya Alar 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Brooke Lukasiewicz 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Davina Karo 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Jeanine Constante 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Leila Jubert 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Helga Lasch 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Brad Minton 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Andreas Eger 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Bambi Merceir 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Justina Rozon 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Chanelle Hipol 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Carole Blatt 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Dianna Nemunaitis 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Alexis Bess 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Lyla Newbert 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Sueann Shankin 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Stephania Collis 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Michale Delahunt 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Jana Finchum 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Anjelica Osmon 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Beula Opie 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Kip Finger 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Lizzette Litmanowicz 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Donya Engelmann 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Wenona Erdley 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Emmitt Fietek 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Rickie Clukey 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Sydney Spino 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Sandy Rayshell 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Zenaida Damico 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Bernita Drehobl 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Kasi Stepanski 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Corrin Sulouff 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Tiffaney Blood 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Arlette Whedbee 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Vennie Wuolle 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Adrienne Sirna 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Joya Coco 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Earle Novitsky 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Ebony Silmon 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Nora Flore 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Richie Caram 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Adrian Gieseman 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Pearline Dute 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Maya Goldston 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Shan Siwicki 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Sheldon Gruesbeck 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Lue Sibbald 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Lonnie Tinneberg 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Julene Boocock 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Etha Grubba 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Silvia Carner 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Emilie Catmull 1 year ago.


What ingredients are in the drug Compazine?
it is a drug for nauseua Asked by Peter Revard 1 year ago.

Compazine contains only the drug Prochlorperazine. If you are looking for a list of side effects, or contraindications (reasons why particular people should not take it) check the link below. Click the blue tabs at the top of the page for side effects etc. Each mL of Prochlorperazine contains, in a sterile aqueous solution, 5 mg prochlorperazine as the edisylate, 5 mg monobasic sodium phosphate, 12 mg sodium tartrate, 0.9 mg sodium saccharin, and 0.75% benzyl alcohol as preservative. The air in the cartridges has been displaced by nitrogen gas. Chemically, prochlorperazine edisylate is 2-Chloro-10-[3-(4-methyl-1-piperazinyl) propyll phenothiazine 1, 2-ethanedisulfonate (1:1). Answered by Corey Carlin 1 year ago.


Compazine Nightmares?
Hi,I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea.I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill).I will never take it again!Has anyone else... Asked by Kandra Desjardiws 1 year ago.

Hi, I received radioactive iodine for cancer treatment two days ago.....they gave me compazine for nausea. I have had terrible, frightening nightmares for the past two nights to the point where I wake up crying, frightened, and disoriented......(I only took one pill). I will never take it again! Has anyone else ever heard of or experienced this from Compazine? Answered by Katelyn Mccrory 1 year ago.

The very thought of having cancer can be extremely stressful to the mind. Compazine shouldn't trigger nightmares. Your subconscious may be causing these nightmares as its way of attempting to fight back against a frightening threat. Sometimes when we feel threatend, we "act out" this threat in a completely different way in our nightmares. For example, it's not unusual to find people who have suffered abuse of some sort or other to have dreams of being attacked by wild animals, for example, or for other frightening things happening to them. That's just the mind's way of trying to deal with the abuse, and to understand why they are being abused, trying to put it into terms the mind can better understand. Thus, in their nightmares, the abuse becomes "wild animals attacking." Often when you come face to face with the threat and deal with it, the nightmares often stop abruptly. I suspect once your cancer starts going into remission, your dreams will improve considerably. One of the interesting side effects of Compazine is that it is a mild tranquilizer or sedative, so my guess is that it's actually helping you to sleep, not causing nightmares. I wouldn't discontinue taking it because it really does help with the nausea from drugs used in cancer treatments. Answered by Antony Bart 1 year ago.

Im really sorry about that but are you sure its the pill your taking I would keep using it for just 2 more days and if it continues see your doctors best of luck xoxo Nathalie Answered by Jerry Groote 1 year ago.


How long does Compazine stay in the system?
i recently got out of the hospital for compazine poisoning. but i still have a stomach ache and i think its still from the compazine. how long will it stay in my system? or why do i still feel sick? also i was taking antibiotics. how long does that stay in my sytem after taking it? (antibiotics for a sinus infection) Asked by Chris Boushie 1 year ago.

Compazine.... well, this is a bit of a guess, but I'm going to say that traces could remain in your system for 5 or 6 weeks. But I'd guess the vast majority of it should be out of your system in under 1 week. If your body undergoes any sort of assault from poisoning, overdose, etc., it can take awhile for everything to heal back up to "normal." Nobody can give you a precise number of days for that to happen. It's going to depend on your general overall health, how well your liver is functioning, how your nutritional status is, etc. For your purposes, let's say a week or two. Answered by Matilde Legare 1 year ago.


Do anti-emetics like Compazine (Prochlorperazine) work for the norovirus?
10mg pills. Will they keep me from vomiting? Asked by Albertine Nouri 1 year ago.

Compazine may keep you from vomiting, but it will only treat the symptoms of the virus, not treat the virus itself. There are antivirals that can help treat certain viruses, but so far, there aren't any drugs that can cure any virus. When a person gets a virus, like the flu or even the common cold, when a person gets better, it's only because the virus has "run it's course", not because we can cure it. Answered by Thu Belvin 1 year ago.


Has anybody ever taken the drug Compazine?
I didn't want them to give me such a strong drug like that because all I went in for was the flu. Asked by Celia Mediano 1 year ago.

Compazine is given to you to help you not vomit (I have been on it before). If you don't like how it feels when you take, you can stop at any time. It isn't a required med unless you can not keep ANY food down. :) Good luck and I hope you feel better! Answered by Isis Socia 1 year ago.


Akathisia from compazine?
OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to... Asked by Jame Prucnal 1 year ago.

OK so i got compazine Sunday may 29th 2010, and its June 2nd 2010..i got it for abdominal pain.. but i don't get why they gave it to me i read about it and its horrible...but i was allergic and my tongue had swollen up and i had bad breathing..so they gave me benedryl and epinephrine and some other drug to counter eract it. so i got this on the same day i got it IVY'd into me. that night. now ever since that..i would of thought that it left my system but i was wrong.. i am 17 years old and suffering from bad anxiety and depression, my life is hell right now from this drug, does anyone know please does anyone know when this will leave my system, ive been reading and some people say it can stay in for days,weeks,months. now i just dont feel like myself at all, its like if i look in the mirror its FAKE to me..and tiredness etc..now im just wondering why it hasnt left my system if they flushed it out...when they where doing it i was fine for about 1-3 hours and then the feeling came back AGAIN for another hell round....now it hasnt gone away. it is june 2nd 2010. if anyone has any info on when this drug leaves my body or something please tell me...and does anyone know if i will be like this for the rest of my life?... im thinking of suicide and dropping out of my skin or some ****... please help. im usually a happy kid but now this drug ruined my life. thanks... andy Answered by Natosha Blankenberg 1 year ago.

Just came across your question. Here's some info on compazine: Pharmacodynamics/Kinetics Onset of action: Oral: 30-40 minutes; I.M.: 10-20 minutes; Rectal: ~60 minutes Peak antiemetic effect: I.V.: 30-60 minutes Duration: Rectal: 12 hours; Oral: 3-4 hours; I.M., I.V.: Adults: 4-6 hours; I.M.: Children: 12 hours Distribution: Vd: 1400-1548 L; crosses placenta; enters breast milk Metabolism: Primarily hepatic; N-desmethyl prochlorperazine (major active metabolite) Bioavailability: Oral: 12.5% Half-life elimination: Oral: 6-10 hours (single dose), 14-22 hours (repeated dosing); I.V.: 6-10 hours Should be out of your system now. Best of luck. Answered by Breana Canela 1 year ago.

ah stretch marks... I've had stretch marks on my hips and thighs at around age 14. I never used cocoa butter though. That just makes them fade quicker. They won't ever go away completely unless you get them lasered away or something. They just fade to almost skin color and you can hardly see them, well if you have them you can, but I guess other people don't notice! Answered by Lorita Mcclenny 1 year ago.

Did this ever go away. !?? Answered by Jed Bedenbaugh 1 year ago.


How many compazine it takes too get high?
Asked by Chester Sharif 1 year ago.

Compazine is for nausea and vomitting. You should only take the recommended dose prescribed by you Dr. If you overdose it can kill you. Answered by Lauran Szermer 1 year ago.

You are seriously playing with your life to even ask such a question. The drug in question is to aid nausea and vomiting, or do you even know what you are asking. That amounts to drug abuse, and you should think carefully what you are planning to do with your body. Take a deep breath and ask yourself if you really want to get high or, otherwise. Answered by Librada Schwarzenberg 1 year ago.


Question about compazine (prochlorperazine)?
I also only take these pills the day i feel sick, which has been since last year. I also dont plan on taking it again tomorrow so i would be on it long term. Just 24 hours. Asked by Lakeshia Ruffcorn 1 year ago.

I suffer from severe OCD which comes along with a fear of vomitting. As a result, my psychiatrist perscribed me the anti-nasuea medicine Compazine to just take if I feel the onset of a stomach ache. This morning I woke with a stomach ache and diarhea, so for percaustion i took the 25 MG suppository. My problem is it says only take it twice a day. I was unaware of that because i have the pill form as well which is supposed to be taken 3 times a day, so I took the next dose 8 hours after the first instead of 12. Im worried i will get sick if i dont take another dose, so im wondering if i can take the pill which is 10 MG. When i researched online it said to take 2 doses of the suppository (50 MG) but the pill for says max (40mg) im confused on whether or not i can take the pill, or if it could casue me harm. In addition, the pill can also be taken for schizophrenia, and you can take up to 175 MG for that, does that mean it cannot harm me to take 60 mg?will it ust make me drowsy? Answered by Amie Dembinski 1 year ago.

1. You're probably fine taking a little extra, but you're probably fine without taking a little extra, too. 2. Most hospitals have a 24-hour call line for information. Is your doctor associated with a hospital? Is there a hospital that you could call? This is more complicated than just "taking a little extra compazine". You're probably on other drugs too, right? They all interact with each other. 3. Taking more usually just means a greater risk of getting the side effects. It certainly won't kill you--as you noted, higher dosages are common with different diseases. This isn't going to be a 100% 10mg extra will kill you or cause whatever problem. It's going to be an increased chance of crappy stuff happening. Most likely, this is something like a 0.00001% chance of more crappy stuff happening, but other drugs interacting with it, etc., could factor into it. It's increased risk, not increased disease. 4. Whatever you decide to do, call your doctor as soon as his/her office opens tomorrow. Explain the situation and what you decided to do. If there was a risk, s/he should be able to explain it. If there wasn't, s/he should be able to put your mind at ease. Answered by Annice Gutierrez 1 year ago.

The higher the dose, the more likely the adverse effects. Drowsiness you could handle. Akithesia and dyskinesias are quite unpleasant. They can largely be treated easily enough, but there is the risk. Answered by Rosemary Berwald 1 year ago.

A.) No it won;t hurt you to take your pills as long as you take them as prescribed. B.) This is really a psychology question. C.) I am really sorry that this is occupying so much of your attention. I hope your psychiatrist is helping. Answered by Cecilia Conell 1 year ago.


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