Are phenergan tablets good for cough?
I have tablets but no cough syrup and was wondering if the tablets would help me.
Asked by Sook Toran 4 months ago.
This Site Might Help You. RE: Are phenergan tablets good for cough? I have tablets but no cough syrup and was wondering if the tablets would help me. Answered by Chery Mihm 4 months ago.
Ive never tried the tablets only the liquid. Try calling your local pharmacist, he will be able to help you with this. Answered by Douglas Kiker 4 months ago.
Can Phenergan CAUSE nausea?
I got the prescription from my OB because I have been having extreme nausea, to the point where I can't even eat. But whenever I take it, I get even more sick, and start throwing up. Shouldn't this have the opposite effect?Could it be pregnancy related? I am 34 weeks and 2 days.I have only taken...
Asked by Faith Hamlin 4 months ago.
I got the prescription from my OB because I have been having extreme nausea, to the point where I can't even eat. But whenever I take it, I get even more sick, and start throwing up. Shouldn't this have the opposite effect? Could it be pregnancy related? I am 34 weeks and 2 days. I have only taken it twice, and I have discontinued usage, I am just curious as to why this could be happening. Answered by Blythe Syracuse 4 months ago.
Phenergan is an antihistamine which can help to reduce nausea by decreasing gastrointestinal hyperactivity/irritability. Although it is sometimes prescribed as a combination pill with codeine, which can cause nausea, it is usually prescribed as a single drug pill. The oral form of phenergan is a relatively small pill, but when taken can cause irritation prior to its onset, just like eating food or drinking liquids. Often, a doctor will prescribe it in 2 forms. If you are able to tolerate the oral form, then you can try it first, but if you vomit, you then try the rectal suppositories, which don't require you to keep it down for effectiveness. The morning sickness in pregnancy is related to high levels of progesterone, which causes gastrointestinal irritability. This can sometimes be severe enough to require short-term hospitalization to allow for adequate fluid and nutrition intake. See your obstetrician for recommendations. Answered by Billie Bacik 4 months ago.
Yes, you may be reacting to the codeine. Answered by Romaine Fogus 4 months ago.
no more driving walking is betta Answered by Orlando Cockey 4 months ago.
Has anyone else gained weight on Promethazine? Phenergan?.....?
I have gained 5 lbs since thursday.... and ihave been loosing the whole time i have been prego and now am gaining a weird amount i know your suposst to gain in pregnancy but not that much that fast! PEASE HELP ME> i gained 86 with my first and do not want it to happen again..
Asked by Yee Nacol 4 months ago.
Phenergan will decrease nausea thus enabling you to have an appetite. If you were vomiting frequently before the medication you may have been dehydrated and the weight may be water weight. Speak with your OBGYN about your concerns over weight gain. He can also refer you to a nutritionist who can help you develop a proper eating plan. Also, phenergan is a class c medication. You might want to discuss that with your doctor. He may have given you the prescription because he feels that the benefits outweigh the risks in your case as dehydration can cause premature contractions. I would speak with him about it. Zofran is a class B medication also used for nausea also it is expensive. Answered by Shayla Sheidler 4 months ago.
Phenergan a sedative?
So I took a Phenergan at 5:00pm last night, I remember the clock last said 5:30pm when I closed my eyes-I woke up at 10am this morning... I almost slept for 18 hours and I didn't wake up once... Is that natural to sleep that much? All I took was one pill. *this is my first time taking it
Asked by Ethelyn Eva 4 months ago.
Yes, Phenergan is a sedative antihistamine. This medicine may cause drowsiness that can last up to 12 hours. If affected you should not perform potentially hazardous tasks such as driving or operating machinery. You should avoid drinking alcohol because it is likely to make any drowsiness worse. Answered by Odilia Carns 4 months ago.
That is not uncommon. Phenergan is sometimes used as a sleeping aid. And as it was your first time taking it then it is very understandable. Phenergan is more/less a very weak anti-psychotic and antihistamine (but don't let that scare you). Answered by Krystin Roeske 4 months ago.
Is Phenergan An Antihistamine Answered by Fred Fekety 4 months ago.
Isn't Pheregan used for nausea and vomiting,a family member used to take this when he was going through cancer treatments. I dont know how this would be used as a sedative.Just to be on the safe side you should probably call your dogs vet and check with them,its always better to ask a vet then accidentally OD your dog. Answered by Marion Hawes 4 months ago.
its an unpopular sedative Answered by Clair Koloski 4 months ago.
Sick, On phenergan Weird side effect.. help!?
Ive been sick the last 48+ hours, Some virus in the cells of my stomich or something, Got my puking round the clock non stop, so i went to the doctor, he said take phenergan. so i did, now this is where it gets loopy. The first time i took the drug, I feel out HARD! i guess from not sleeping for 24 hours due to...
Asked by Angelique Chudy 4 months ago.
Ive been sick the last 48+ hours, Some virus in the cells of my stomich or something, Got my puking round the clock non stop, so i went to the doctor, he said take phenergan. so i did, now this is where it gets loopy. The first time i took the drug, I feel out HARD! i guess from not sleeping for 24 hours due to vomiting, But i would wake up for like a min to talk to someone, and everytime i would close my eyes i would dream or hallucinate if u will... And when i woke up, i got up and moved to a difrent room, and it was an hour befor i relized that i wasnt in the bed anymore, and i had completly forgotten how i got from the bed to that room. Is this normal? Sorry for it being so long. The first dose was a shot at the doctors office, I hadnt slept for around a day and a half when i had taken the shot. Answered by Tameika Alameida 4 months ago.
Phenergan (promethazine) is related to major tranquilizers like thorazine albveit a lot less potent. It also act like an antihistimine and both tranquilizers and antihistimines make you sleepy and a little loopy. Antihistimines like benadril are often used as a sleep aid.. Also Phenergan has antiemetic properties meaning it reduces nausea and vomiting. You did not say the dose of the drug or yor body mass which are both important when determining how a strongly a drug might affect you. I think since it was the first time you every took phenergan and were not used to the effects you should have stayed in bed and slept it off, which I am sure is what your DR. intended. Answered by Ignacia Geiman 4 months ago.
yes phenergan in large doses can do this,it is also a good sleep aid if you suffer from insomnia anytime Answered by Kyra Compean 4 months ago.
Is there any reason why Phenergan wouldn't stop you from throwing up?
I'm terrified of vomiting and am starting antidepressants but they always make me nauseous
Asked by Glennie Hemp 4 months ago.
Phenergan is not a sedative per se. It is an antihistamine which has actions in many systems. In the skin, it blocks histimine which is released by mast cells and causes the skin allergies like itching and redness. In the brain, histimine is used as part of an activating system which is like a fountain of pathways that activate your brain into a state of arousal - thus antihistmine makes you tired as well. Antihistimine also blocks the receptors on smooth muscles which contributes to the relaxation of your internal organs and some blood vessels - this is thought to contribute to the alleviation of some kinds of nausea. If you are nauseous for another reason, you may not get relief. Phenergan will probably alleviate the nausea associated with antidepressants. You will feel tire as sheeit, though. Answered by Wilbur Thenhaus 4 months ago.
Phenergan (Promethazine) is really a sedative, so it doesn't actively stop your body from vomiting - it helps prevent your body from reacting to things which may cause vomiting such motion sickness. It is still entirely possible to vomit if your body feels it needs to. In fact, you usually should not take Promethazine and antidepressants together as they can cause a bad reaction. I would suggest the real problem is your fear of vomiting. I used to have (still have, to some degree) the same fear, so I know how you feel, but the best thing you can do it accept that if your body *needs* to vomit, it will, and it is a perfectly natural (and very important) reaction. Try to accept that vomiting does happen every now and then and take the antidepressants which are doing an important job. On a side note, vomiting is not a very common side-effect of antidepressants, and they come in many different varieties. Perhaps you could ask your doctor for a different antidepressant than the one you had before? The side-effects of one antidepressant are often quite different from another. Answered by Valencia Hullings 4 months ago.
Are you taking oral or suppositories? I've found the oral type seems not to be as effective since a person sometimes will throw it up before the body receives full its full benefits, and the suppository are quicker acting. I don't know what dosage you were given, but the suppository form if done correctly should quell the nausea and vomiting within 15 minutes. Please call your doctor's office and tell them you need to talk to the doctor about this issue right away. I agree with jbr, and it occurred to me that you might be suffering from a mixture of anxiety intertwined with depression. You doctor can adjust your medicine to one that won't make you nauseated, and also prescribe anti-anxiety medicine. I hope your doctor is ruling out other problems that can be a part of anxiety, vomiting and depression. For instance, endocrine conditions. Answered by Elouise Riemersma 4 months ago.
Someone has cancer is going through chemo, can they inject phenergan pill after dilute and filter?
are there ways to minimize this clot issue such as 1) oral aspirin, or 2) very slow administer the medicine & dilution
Asked by Lizabeth Romos 4 months ago.
Phenergan can cause phlebitis i'd suggest a hanging bag of Phenergan over it being injecting directly into my vein. I know they want to inject it directly in but it is kind of risky.... Does he/she have a PICC line? Maybe they can ask the doctor to prescribe in the i.v. hanging bag of phenergan instead. Good luck! Phenergan doens't work well for me in pill form either.. Answered by Evan Maniscalco 4 months ago.
Why are you injecting the pill when phenegran is available as an IV med? You probably wont get it IV out of the hospital, but if you are in the hospital that is no problem. And if the nausea is that bad, you can possibly be arranged to receive IV phenegran at home. Answered by Erinn Stoff 4 months ago.
Promethazine/Phenergan causing contractions??
I went to the hospital for food poisoning and they put me on Phenergan. It has made me very very sleepy and have spent the whole day in bed, so i know I havent been active and I have had some very strong contractions, not sure if they are BH or real, and I lost more of my plug today...I am due in 3 weeks, and I...
Asked by Chung Nguyn 4 months ago.
I went to the hospital for food poisoning and they put me on Phenergan. It has made me very very sleepy and have spent the whole day in bed, so i know I havent been active and I have had some very strong contractions, not sure if they are BH or real, and I lost more of my plug today...I am due in 3 weeks, and I have a sneaking suspicion that the medication I have taken today is the cause of these contractions. Has anyone else gotten contractions from these meds while in their 3rd trimester? Answered by Shenna Parm 4 months ago.
No, phenergan would not cause labor or contractions. That is why it is a medicine prescribed throughout any pregnancy. Since the hospital did give a medication commonly used during pregnancy, then I would safely assume they knew what they were doing in your situation. It could be that you illness has caused pre-term labor from the stress being put on the body. Mucus plugs can be lost weeks before labor so that would not be a factor. Although contractions at 3 weeks early is definetly cause for alarm. I never experienced BH myself, I am sure you could read about them on the internet. But I do know that contractions are regular and usually get more intense with time. To my understanding, BH are irregular (sometimes very far apart) and feel like mentrual cramps. I think this is something to call the on-call dr about, especially since your body has been through a lot with the food poisening. Good luck! Answered by Katheryn Pullis 4 months ago.
Hey, sure it might probably, I bought extraordinarily unwell at 23 weeks and began having many contractions (BH ones) the document stated that dehydration and health problem reasons this. I did not pass into preterm exertions (thank God) however I did must keep within the health center for a night time to be monitored. Just drink plenty of water and leisure...it must ease up, however whether it is "Painful" such as you say I could pass to the health center, they are able to examine you out and supply you an IV. Good good fortune! Oh, and the rationale health problem routinely reasons preterm exertions is considering the fact that this can be a approach of shielding the little one from the health problem...despite the fact that traditionally the health problem hurts us girl and not often the little one who lives off of our immune strategies... Answered by Porter Phothirath 4 months ago.