Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017530/001.

Names and composition

"TIGAN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017530/001 TIGAN TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
017531/006 TIGAN TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 300MG

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017530/001 TIGAN TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
017531/006 TIGAN TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 300MG
076546/001 TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 300MG
076570/001 TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE CAPSULE/ORAL 300MG
086577/001 TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
087939/001 TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
088804/001 TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
088960/001 TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
089043/001 TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
089094/001 TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
091329/001 TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE PRESERVATIVE FREE TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML
091330/001 TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE TRIMETHOBENZAMIDE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 100MG per ML

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Answered questions

Pregnancy and Tigan?
My insurance wont cover Zofran any more for my nausea. so my doctor now prescribed me Tigan. I have never heard of this and cant find much information on it. I asked and they said it was safe to take, but I just wondering if anyone else has taken it and how they felt on it compared to Zofran. The Zofran didnt help... Asked by Rosina Poirier 1 year ago.

My insurance wont cover Zofran any more for my nausea. so my doctor now prescribed me Tigan. I have never heard of this and cant find much information on it. I asked and they said it was safe to take, but I just wondering if anyone else has taken it and how they felt on it compared to Zofran. The Zofran didnt help all that much so I am glad to try something new. Answered by Brittny Rouillard 1 year ago.

There are no confirmed facts about using either drug during pregnancy. All of the info on either says "While the reports are reassuring the number of reported cases is too small to draw firm conclusions regarding the teratogenic risk of such prescription drugs in human pregnancy." If you are having nausea/vomitting that is severe enough to be on a prescribed anti-emetic you probably should be... If you would feel safer not taking a prescription, you may want to try Emetrol, syrup of cola, Sea-Bands, or ginger tea. If you do suffer from sever vomitting you NEED to take something for it. Severe vomitting can cause you to loose fluids, electrolytes, sodium, and potassium causing harm to you and the baby. Answered by Le Lapaglia 1 year ago.

Yes i have taken zofran dissolve tabs and it did not work I'm 14 weeks and with the pregnancy i throw up 2X's a day. To tell the truth i prefer to throw up cuz I'm not that big of a fan of drugs. Answered by Ervin Prayer 1 year ago.


Can you take reglan and tigan together?
I have bad nauseai took tigan about an hour ago and it's not working and I only have reglan left can I take that too Asked by Helene Holmgren 1 year ago.

I can not prescribe as I'm a nurse. If you're sitting at home wondering, call your clinic and ask to speak to the MD on call. Failing that, call your local hospital and ask to speak to a PharmD, that's a Pharmacist with a Doctorate degree, they can tell you the potential interactions between the two and whether or not it's even recommended. Answered by Altagracia Smurthwaite 1 year ago.

Reglan changes the motility of the stomach and bowels. It may or may not help you, probably won't. You will have to call your doctor. Answered by Fredrick Stinson 1 year ago.


Zofran to Tigan- and still sick any suggestions for other meds?
i am 9 1/2 weeks. i was on zofran until my insurcance stopped paying for it. it was $70 for 8 pills! anyways, the doctor put me on tigan. i take every 4 hours. i am still getting sick on it. i have taken it for three days now. i cant make it through one hour without dry heaving or throwing up. should the... Asked by Beverly Pert 1 year ago.

i am 9 1/2 weeks. i was on zofran until my insurcance stopped paying for it. it was $70 for 8 pills! anyways, the doctor put me on tigan. i take every 4 hours. i am still getting sick on it. i have taken it for three days now. i cant make it through one hour without dry heaving or throwing up. should the medication have kicked in by now? is there something else i can take that wont harm the baby? i am afraid to ask because they will have to resort to something more harmful. also, i am allergice to compizine and cant take medications in the same family. are there any other options? i have to work full-time and i answer phones all day. all i want to do is go home and sit in the bathroom all day. Answered by Inell Depont 1 year ago.

I had bad nausea too in the beginning. They perscribed me zofran, but also told me to try unisom with an additional B6 supplement. I tried both and actually like the unisom better. Call and ask your doctor about it, and good luck. I always hated when people would tell me this, but it does get better, I promise. Answered by Rodolfo Mahley 1 year ago.

See if your doctor is amenable to homeopathic remedies. If he is talk to your pharmicist and get some ginger. It really does help. Also make sure you keep some crackers by your bed. Eat them dry, it should help a little. Hopefully you will be over it soon. I had morning sickness for all 9 months and with my first weighed 3 pounds less the day before I had him than I did before I did before I got pregnant. I took Bendectin the whole time but they don't prescribe it anymore. It did help though. Answered by Nicholas Vanderhurst 1 year ago.

Go to the drug store and get the motion sickness wrist bands. There are many different brands i think one is called sea bands boaters use them. That's what it feels like, it's like you have motion sickness right? I tried them and they work. wish someone told me about them with my first pregnancy. They aren't very fashionable but i'm sure you are willing to try anything a this point. You can also try ginger tea or pieces of candied ginger or sucking on lemon drops (the candy).. Im sure it's the last thing you want to do but eating something small every two hours helps to make it a little more tolerable. good luck to you. Answered by Alphonse Olp 1 year ago.

you need to call your doctor and ask them only they can answer tihs Answered by Esmeralda Kyseth 1 year ago.


Need dosage in ml when dose ordered is 200mg IM Tigan and have on hand 20ml multidose vial;100mg/ml?
Asked by Jong Sabados 1 year ago.

Simple math. 100mg/1ml = 200mg/Xml Xml * 100mg = 1ml * 200mg Xml = (1ml * 200mg) / 100mg Xml = 2ml Answered by Ofelia Kertz 1 year ago.

Tigan 200 Mg Answered by Doloris Harthcock 1 year ago.


Please tell me the name of a certain injected drug given to patients after surgery for severe nausea?
It is not Reglan. It is something much stronger, with a narcotic effect. This is something that when given to alert, energetic people, can turn them into slobbering zombies.I need to know the name of it, because a relative who had a bad reaction to it is going to be having surgery. i need to be able to tell... Asked by Bettyann Polin 1 year ago.

It is not Reglan. It is something much stronger, with a narcotic effect. This is something that when given to alert, energetic people, can turn them into slobbering zombies. I need to know the name of it, because a relative who had a bad reaction to it is going to be having surgery. i need to be able to tell the hospital staff what it is, so they DON"T give it to her. Answered by Kimiko Marshbanks 1 year ago.

There are several. Compazine,Tigan etc., and a newer one I can't think of the name of. Use to be very expensive and used primarily for chemo patients but the price has come down since it;s become generic Sounds like compazine. I had a bad reaction to it. IMy body bent backward so only my toes and head touched the bed, my eyes rolled back etc.It is often used in nursing homes to quiet patients. If there is a way to check her past med chart from that surgery, you could be certain. You are a good friend.BTW you can often tell drugs types by the way the name ends ie compazine, thorazine.(You know the thorazine shuffle) Not always the case but still, I think you may have a comapzine issue here. Make sure in the future she has all medical records notified of her allergy/sensitivity to the drug. If it is compazine (or another) there are usually drugs that are in the same famile but have slightly different name such as Promethazine). Don't tell just one person, I have had to correct nurses and doctors numerous times when they bring me something I am allergic to. Always, ALWAYS ask what drug the nurse is giving you. Answered by Jaye Felps 1 year ago.

the only anti-nausea drugs that have narcotic-effect are the phenothiazine drugs: compazine, thorazine, promethazine. the most common drug now is zofran. Answered by Pasty Galagher 1 year ago.

For some reason, this state of affairs sounds conventional. Lord, I come to you presently, asking that you be with the nephew, the mummy, and this finished kin. instruct them mercy and love. I pray his baby survives. All in accordance with Thy Will. In Jesus' call, thanks, Father. Amen. † Comforting Prayer Warrior † Answered by Karyn Modica 1 year ago.


Nausea kidney infection?
I have a kidney infectiona and i am very nauseous.Im seeing the dr today. I am able to keep toast and ginger rail down but i dont want to risk trying something else. My question is can my dr pescribe something to get rid of my nausea. I was using pepto for the past few days but now it has no effect and the taste is... Asked by Kerrie Police 1 year ago.

I have a kidney infectiona and i am very nauseous.Im seeing the dr today. I am able to keep toast and ginger rail down but i dont want to risk trying something else. My question is can my dr pescribe something to get rid of my nausea. I was using pepto for the past few days but now it has no effect and the taste is just as unbearable as the nausea. Ihaven't thrown up just felt very queasy. Can the doctor give me something for this. I have things to get done and i can't when i feel sick to my stomach Answered by Bryanna Godina 1 year ago.

phenergan or tigan Answered by Mazie Erskin 1 year ago.

Of course the doctor can give you a medication for nausea. Like maxolon or valoid or cyclizine. Answered by Enola Zupan 1 year ago.

yes, there are many anti-emetics (anti nausea) drugs out there. Ask him for one and I'm sure he'll give you one. Answered by Eunice Drutman 1 year ago.


Medication to treat nausea?
Okay, so I am nauseated CONSTATLY! It never ends. Sometimes its worse than others. There are times that I have to sit down for 20 minutes because it gets so bad. I dont smoke, drink, or do any drugs. I drink alot of water and im a medical assistant so im on my feet constatly. What medications could I take to ease it? Asked by Ronald Hertweck 1 year ago.

There are many anti-nausea meds, Zofran, Tigan and Reglan to name a few, but before taking drugs- explore what could be causing your symptoms. Are you eating regularly? Getting enough sleep? Could you be pregnant? Lack of nutrition can cause nausea, especially if you are on your feet all day and do not eat for long periods of time; or you are eating too many high-fat, high-sugar foods as opposed to foods containing macronutrients, such as protein, good fats and good carbs. Even hypoglycemia can cause nausea. Homeopathically, ginger has been known to ease nausea, as does saltine crackers. Try Canada Dry soda, or even Coke syrup poured over ice (NOT the soda from McDonalds, but the syrup that is added to the carbonated water to make Coke). Remember that many medications have side-effects, some of which can be worse than the nausea, like diarrhea, fatigue, blurred vision and headache- even birth defects in pregnant women. Speak with your doctor- there is an underlying cause to your nausea and finding out what that is may be easier to treat than resorting to meds. Good luck! Answered by Tommy Derentis 1 year ago.

Ginger is great, I use it very often. You can buy it in caspules or just buy some from the supermarket and make some ginger tea with it. Some of the older antihisthamines (like Phenergan) treat nausea too, however they can make you drowsy. See your doctor or pharmacist. Answered by Tangela Nollette 1 year ago.


Pregnancy and Tigan?
My insurance wont cover Zofran any more for my nausea. so my doctor now prescribed me Tigan. I have never heard of this and cant find much information on it. I asked and they said it was safe to take, but I just wondering if anyone else has taken it and how they felt on it compared to Zofran. The Zofran didnt help... Asked by Doria Hulon 1 year ago.

My insurance wont cover Zofran any more for my nausea. so my doctor now prescribed me Tigan. I have never heard of this and cant find much information on it. I asked and they said it was safe to take, but I just wondering if anyone else has taken it and how they felt on it compared to Zofran. The Zofran didnt help all that much so I am glad to try something new. Answered by Ione Grano 1 year ago.

There are no confirmed facts about using either drug during pregnancy. All of the info on either says "While the reports are reassuring the number of reported cases is too small to draw firm conclusions regarding the teratogenic risk of such prescription drugs in human pregnancy." If you are having nausea/vomitting that is severe enough to be on a prescribed anti-emetic you probably should be... If you would feel safer not taking a prescription, you may want to try Emetrol, syrup of cola, Sea-Bands, or ginger tea. If you do suffer from sever vomitting you NEED to take something for it. Severe vomitting can cause you to loose fluids, electrolytes, sodium, and potassium causing harm to you and the baby. Answered by Leoma Ferm 1 year ago.

Yes i have taken zofran dissolve tabs and it did not work I'm 14 weeks and with the pregnancy i throw up 2X's a day. To tell the truth i prefer to throw up cuz I'm not that big of a fan of drugs. Answered by Josefine Hoevel 1 year ago.


Can you take reglan and tigan together?
I have bad nauseai took tigan about an hour ago and it's not working and I only have reglan left can I take that too Asked by Chrissy Vanvuren 1 year ago.

I can not prescribe as I'm a nurse. If you're sitting at home wondering, call your clinic and ask to speak to the MD on call. Failing that, call your local hospital and ask to speak to a PharmD, that's a Pharmacist with a Doctorate degree, they can tell you the potential interactions between the two and whether or not it's even recommended. Answered by Alissa Oliveri 1 year ago.

Reglan changes the motility of the stomach and bowels. It may or may not help you, probably won't. You will have to call your doctor. Answered by Omega Bonder 1 year ago.


Zofran to Tigan- and still sick any suggestions for other meds?
i am 9 1/2 weeks. i was on zofran until my insurcance stopped paying for it. it was $70 for 8 pills! anyways, the doctor put me on tigan. i take every 4 hours. i am still getting sick on it. i have taken it for three days now. i cant make it through one hour without dry heaving or throwing up. should the... Asked by Brigid Ladd 1 year ago.

i am 9 1/2 weeks. i was on zofran until my insurcance stopped paying for it. it was $70 for 8 pills! anyways, the doctor put me on tigan. i take every 4 hours. i am still getting sick on it. i have taken it for three days now. i cant make it through one hour without dry heaving or throwing up. should the medication have kicked in by now? is there something else i can take that wont harm the baby? i am afraid to ask because they will have to resort to something more harmful. also, i am allergice to compizine and cant take medications in the same family. are there any other options? i have to work full-time and i answer phones all day. all i want to do is go home and sit in the bathroom all day. Answered by Linn Poor 1 year ago.

I had bad nausea too in the beginning. They perscribed me zofran, but also told me to try unisom with an additional B6 supplement. I tried both and actually like the unisom better. Call and ask your doctor about it, and good luck. I always hated when people would tell me this, but it does get better, I promise. Answered by Rosaura Kalka 1 year ago.

See if your doctor is amenable to homeopathic remedies. If he is talk to your pharmicist and get some ginger. It really does help. Also make sure you keep some crackers by your bed. Eat them dry, it should help a little. Hopefully you will be over it soon. I had morning sickness for all 9 months and with my first weighed 3 pounds less the day before I had him than I did before I did before I got pregnant. I took Bendectin the whole time but they don't prescribe it anymore. It did help though. Answered by Stuart Milloy 1 year ago.

Go to the drug store and get the motion sickness wrist bands. There are many different brands i think one is called sea bands boaters use them. That's what it feels like, it's like you have motion sickness right? I tried them and they work. wish someone told me about them with my first pregnancy. They aren't very fashionable but i'm sure you are willing to try anything a this point. You can also try ginger tea or pieces of candied ginger or sucking on lemon drops (the candy).. Im sure it's the last thing you want to do but eating something small every two hours helps to make it a little more tolerable. good luck to you. Answered by Marcos Chevis 1 year ago.

you need to call your doctor and ask them only they can answer tihs Answered by Maida Waananen 1 year ago.


Need dosage in ml when dose ordered is 200mg IM Tigan and have on hand 20ml multidose vial;100mg/ml?
Asked by Yaeko Gilliand 1 year ago.

Simple math. 100mg/1ml = 200mg/Xml Xml * 100mg = 1ml * 200mg Xml = (1ml * 200mg) / 100mg Xml = 2ml Answered by Ophelia Hanzel 1 year ago.

Tigan 200 Mg Answered by Maryanna Robishaw 1 year ago.


Please tell me the name of a certain injected drug given to patients after surgery for severe nausea?
It is not Reglan. It is something much stronger, with a narcotic effect. This is something that when given to alert, energetic people, can turn them into slobbering zombies.I need to know the name of it, because a relative who had a bad reaction to it is going to be having surgery. i need to be able to tell... Asked by Christia Hardridge 1 year ago.

It is not Reglan. It is something much stronger, with a narcotic effect. This is something that when given to alert, energetic people, can turn them into slobbering zombies. I need to know the name of it, because a relative who had a bad reaction to it is going to be having surgery. i need to be able to tell the hospital staff what it is, so they DON"T give it to her. Answered by Wilda Can 1 year ago.

There are several. Compazine,Tigan etc., and a newer one I can't think of the name of. Use to be very expensive and used primarily for chemo patients but the price has come down since it;s become generic Sounds like compazine. I had a bad reaction to it. IMy body bent backward so only my toes and head touched the bed, my eyes rolled back etc.It is often used in nursing homes to quiet patients. If there is a way to check her past med chart from that surgery, you could be certain. You are a good friend.BTW you can often tell drugs types by the way the name ends ie compazine, thorazine.(You know the thorazine shuffle) Not always the case but still, I think you may have a comapzine issue here. Make sure in the future she has all medical records notified of her allergy/sensitivity to the drug. If it is compazine (or another) there are usually drugs that are in the same famile but have slightly different name such as Promethazine). Don't tell just one person, I have had to correct nurses and doctors numerous times when they bring me something I am allergic to. Always, ALWAYS ask what drug the nurse is giving you. Answered by Ariane Anawaty 1 year ago.

the only anti-nausea drugs that have narcotic-effect are the phenothiazine drugs: compazine, thorazine, promethazine. the most common drug now is zofran. Answered by Augustina Norat 1 year ago.

For some reason, this state of affairs sounds conventional. Lord, I come to you presently, asking that you be with the nephew, the mummy, and this finished kin. instruct them mercy and love. I pray his baby survives. All in accordance with Thy Will. In Jesus' call, thanks, Father. Amen. † Comforting Prayer Warrior † Answered by June Engelmann 1 year ago.


Nausea kidney infection?
I have a kidney infectiona and i am very nauseous.Im seeing the dr today. I am able to keep toast and ginger rail down but i dont want to risk trying something else. My question is can my dr pescribe something to get rid of my nausea. I was using pepto for the past few days but now it has no effect and the taste is... Asked by Ned Westlund 1 year ago.

I have a kidney infectiona and i am very nauseous.Im seeing the dr today. I am able to keep toast and ginger rail down but i dont want to risk trying something else. My question is can my dr pescribe something to get rid of my nausea. I was using pepto for the past few days but now it has no effect and the taste is just as unbearable as the nausea. Ihaven't thrown up just felt very queasy. Can the doctor give me something for this. I have things to get done and i can't when i feel sick to my stomach Answered by Shila Hagman 1 year ago.

phenergan or tigan Answered by Vincenzo Mclerran 1 year ago.

Of course the doctor can give you a medication for nausea. Like maxolon or valoid or cyclizine. Answered by Alyce Gentsy 1 year ago.

yes, there are many anti-emetics (anti nausea) drugs out there. Ask him for one and I'm sure he'll give you one. Answered by Lakeesha Wojenski 1 year ago.


Medication to treat nausea?
Okay, so I am nauseated CONSTATLY! It never ends. Sometimes its worse than others. There are times that I have to sit down for 20 minutes because it gets so bad. I dont smoke, drink, or do any drugs. I drink alot of water and im a medical assistant so im on my feet constatly. What medications could I take to ease it? Asked by Shoshana Bering 1 year ago.

There are many anti-nausea meds, Zofran, Tigan and Reglan to name a few, but before taking drugs- explore what could be causing your symptoms. Are you eating regularly? Getting enough sleep? Could you be pregnant? Lack of nutrition can cause nausea, especially if you are on your feet all day and do not eat for long periods of time; or you are eating too many high-fat, high-sugar foods as opposed to foods containing macronutrients, such as protein, good fats and good carbs. Even hypoglycemia can cause nausea. Homeopathically, ginger has been known to ease nausea, as does saltine crackers. Try Canada Dry soda, or even Coke syrup poured over ice (NOT the soda from McDonalds, but the syrup that is added to the carbonated water to make Coke). Remember that many medications have side-effects, some of which can be worse than the nausea, like diarrhea, fatigue, blurred vision and headache- even birth defects in pregnant women. Speak with your doctor- there is an underlying cause to your nausea and finding out what that is may be easier to treat than resorting to meds. Good luck! Answered by Lucia Victorian 1 year ago.

Ginger is great, I use it very often. You can buy it in caspules or just buy some from the supermarket and make some ginger tea with it. Some of the older antihisthamines (like Phenergan) treat nausea too, however they can make you drowsy. See your doctor or pharmacist. Answered by Tona Zindell 1 year ago.


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