Is Dimenhydrinate a sex drug?
Recently I took some dimenhydrinate tablets, and have the impression that it may intensify sexual demand in men and modify erection duration. It is originally intended as anti-nausea in motion sickness, and is an anti-hystamine by nature. Any opinions?
Asked by Gemma Eckman 1 month ago.
Dimenhydrinate is an anti-nausea medication available over-the-counter for motion-sickness. It causes drowsiness, possibly dry mouth and dizziness. It has no effect on libido itself; not on 'sexual demand' or 'erection duration'. In my professional opinion, however, since is essentially a mild sedative (non-addictive, non-narcotic), it may help to calm a person down and help relax them if they are experiencing performance anxiety. The 'placebo effect' has also shown to be a real effect for some people. This is when the medicine is basically harmless/ in active, but the person taking it firmly believes it has a certain power to cure or help them. Hope this helps, Dr. Devi Answered by Alexa Placide 1 month ago.
No, he/she is ryte. It acts in a way, similar to cannabis, to heighten sensation of sex. This is for sure. Further elaboration can be done one on one! Answered by Lindsey Kandel 1 month ago.
I've never heard of the sexual side-effects. I'm surprised you were able to stay awake long enough to notice! (I'll be taking this drug in a few weeks on a whale watch, so I'll pay attention. Could be interesting, thanks for the heads up!) Answered by Sonya Talerico 1 month ago.
The best sex drug is Mind ate. No other idea. Answered by Esteban Buschur 1 month ago.
you mean diphenhydramine. it is basically benedril. it has absolutely nothing to do with sexual demand in men or women. i dont know where you got your info but i would quit going there. Answered by Lanita Schlender 1 month ago.
Never heard of that Answered by Jacquelin Lidbom 1 month ago.
Asked by Claudie Scisco 1 month ago.
Dimenhydrinate (in US marketed under brand names Dramamine, Driminate, Gravol, Gravamin, Vomex, and Vertirosan) is an over-the-counter drug used to prevent nausea and motion sickness Answered by Rosanna Datil 1 month ago.
DXM and Dimenhydrinate, is there a risk?
Is it dangerous if I take Dimenhydrinate (GRAVOL®) to help me cope with the nausea that is sometimes associated with an overdose of Dextromethorphan Hydrobromide? Thank you. P.S.: I'm not trying to commit suicide by overdose, just to get high on DXM.
Asked by Fredda Malbon 1 month ago.
A low dose of an antihistamine (say 100mg of dimenhydrinate) is very safe assuming you tolerate it well by itself. Larger doses of DXM (7mg/kg and up) require greater caution when mixing drugs, but I myself have used 100mg of diphenhydramine/Benadryl (~200mg of dimenhydrinate) for a ~1700mg sigma attempt. With larger doses of antihistamines, there is a considerable risk. This is the problem with Coricidin. Answered by Jacob Lords 1 month ago.
Can I use propranolol at the same time as I use a dimenhydrinate (gravol)?
Can I take propranolol (a beta-blocker) and gravol at the same time? Also, I am using the propranolol for performance anxiety, how long before the performance should I take it?
Asked by Paul Fucci 1 month ago.
Without prescription of a registered doctor, it should not be (as gravo is CNS depressant drug). If the doctor think / judge the benefits is higher than the risk, you may take with caution. Dimenhydrinate (marketed under brand names Dramamine, Driminate, Gravol, Gravamin, Vomex, and Vertirosan) is an over-the-counter drug used to prevent nausea and motion sickness, persistent vomiting. As dimenhydrinate has a CNS depressant effect, the concomitant use of alcohol should be avoided. Chemically, dimenhydrinate is a salt of two drugs: diphenhydramine, and 8-chlorotheophylline, a chlorinated derivative of theophylline. The effects of dimenhydrinate are very similar to those of diphenhydramine. The main differences are a lower potency, and a longer latency. 50 mg dimenhydrinate contains 27.2 mg of diphenhydramine, so it is less potent at equal doses. Also, dimenhydrinate must dissociate into diphenhydramine and its counterion in the body before it is active, so it produces effects more slowly than diphenhydramine. Answered by Loriann Caiozzo 1 month ago.
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Tripping of Dimenhydrinate???
so i found out about tripping off dimenhydrinate and ive done them 4 times already and i personaly think there really fun. and i just want to know if this can be bad for you and what can it damage in your body? Thanks i plan on doing this alot more. and please dont tell me not to do it and all that ive heard it all....
Asked by Georgia Durrette 1 month ago.
Overdosing on Dimenhydrinate can cause seizures,convulsions, difficulty breathing, and death. I'd have to say that, based on this, tripping on is bad for your health. Answered by Erwin Sontag 1 month ago.
Whats the difference between Dimenhydrinate and Dramamine?
And which one has a stronger delirium effect similar to datura?
Asked by Camila Wolthuis 1 month ago.
Dramamine is the same thing as Dimenhydrinate and related to Benadryl structurally. I do not recommend abusing these drugs like the extremely uninformed user above me as they can cause numerous adverse side effects. Answered by Liza Means 1 month ago.
Dimenhydrinate a synthetic, crystalline, antihistamine powder, C 17 H 22 NO⋅C 7 H 6 ClN 4 O 2 , used in the treatment of allergic disorders and as a preventive for seasickness and airsickness. Dramamine is a brand of dimenhydrinate. Answered by Diego Hibble 1 month ago.
Really.... forget about Dimenhydrinate, it's basically watered down benedryl. And don't ever buy benedryl buy store brand diphenhydramine it's sooooo much cheaper and it's EXACTLY the same thing I promise. You can buy a bottle of like 500 for a few dollars, take about 20 and you'll start seeing **** and talking to yourself I promise. Just trust me I've abused diphenhydramine on and off for about 7 years now. Answered by Jody Masucci 1 month ago.
Lethal Dose of Dimenhydrinate (Gravol)?
Im just *curious*, i cant seem to find much information on google about the lethal dose of dimenhydrinate. On the gravol box it says "Donot exceed 8 pills a day, 400 mg", is that the LETHAL dose, or just a dose that will cause unwanted effects?
Asked by Jospeh Huemmer 1 month ago.
I think the reason there is no exact lethal dose is because it varies so much between individuals. The things that make a difference include: Patient's age, weight, and condition Name of the product (ingredients and strengths, if known) Time it was swallowed Amount swallowed If the medicine was prescribed for the patient Symptoms of a dimenhydrinate overdose include drowsiness, seizures or convulsions, difficulty breathing, and death. So perhaps just a small amount too much may cause seizures and convulsions in one person, but death in another. Just in case you have any thoughts on this please go to the website below: Cheers Answered by Malinda Gaba 1 month ago.
No, that is not the lethal dose. Answered by Sam Tircuit 1 month ago.
Whats worse for you DXM or Dimenhydrinate for triping?
ive done both of these and im goin to do them 1 more time but i want to do the one less worse for you which would that be?
Asked by Marni Kirshman 1 month ago.
Well DXM is probably a tad bit safer, and dimenhydrinate gives you a horribly uncomfortable effect. Reality becomes a confusing mess of intertwined periods of incapacitating delirium and periods of subconsciousness. Answered by Yvone Cinnamon 1 month ago.
I suffer from severe morning sickness, see previous question for details. I have an anti nausea pill called Dimenhydrinate. I think its aka dremamine or something like that. If I take it before bed, will it prevent me from experiencing morning sickness when I wake up?
Asked by Arie Hereford 1 month ago.
It will not. The duration of action for dimenhydrinate is approximately 6 hours. Answered by Bettie Serpe 1 month ago.