Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 012753/001.

Names and composition

"TORECAN" is the commercial name of a drug composed of THIETHYLPERAZINE MALEATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
012753/001 TORECAN THIETHYLPERAZINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
012754/002 TORECAN THIETHYLPERAZINE MALATE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 5MG per ML
013247/001 TORECAN THIETHYLPERAZINE MALEATE SUPPOSITORY/RECTAL 10MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
012753/001 TORECAN THIETHYLPERAZINE MALEATE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
013247/001 TORECAN THIETHYLPERAZINE MALEATE SUPPOSITORY/RECTAL 10MG

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Answered questions

How much are anti-nausea pills?
Hi!! I wanted to know how much you guys are paying for (Reglan, Anzamet, Kytril, Zofran, Haldol, Compazine or Torecan).. All are listed Anti-Nausea Pills that are prescribed to some cancer patients. I would like to know the cost based on Daily, Monthly, 90days, Yearly if possible!!! THANKS Asked by Un Sumruld 1 year ago.

My Zofran was $56 a pill Answered by Ai Hertzel 1 year ago.

I got sick during my pregnancy from the second trimester until I was in labour, and even then I threw up once (from the epidural; emergency c-section). Nothing I took worked at all, but I found that it would be exacerbated by things such as low blood sugars (I'm diabetic) and motion. Which meant that I was sick EVERY SINGLE TIME I got in a vehicle to go to work, or shopping or whatever I was doing that day. The thing is, you must keep things down for yourself and your baby. You and your baby are sharing nutrients, so if you don't have enough, the baby will take them anyway and leave you with a deficiency. If these drugs help you keep food down, they might be very necessary. If this goes on long term, you could be in a bit of trouble. So, take the drugs when you need them, and try and endure the headaches. My case is not typical, so there is a big chance that you will stop having nausea after the first trimester is over. I found the Ginger tablets did nothing, and the only way I coped with the combination of nausea, reflux and vomiting was to always have soda water and milk around. Not together, of course, that would probably make you feel worse ;) I really enjoyed my pregnancy, despite nausea and some very embarrassing public vomiting (haha) and I hope you have the opportunity to relax and reflect on the changes happening in and to you :) Congratulations on your pregnancy, good luck :) Answered by Porfirio Duval 1 year ago.

When my mother took kytril it was about $54.00 a pill. Answered by Geraldo Milare 1 year ago.


What is my Dizziness?
had blood pressure taken today, was perfect.... Asked by Tamica Hopman 1 year ago.

I have been to the Doctors, but they gave me the impression that they really couldn't care/believe me. For the last 2 day I have had a constant dull headache around my temples are forehead. Whenever I move my head back halfway, there feels like a great weight is being pushed down on my head and behind my face and I start to spin, but not black out. This only happens when I look up. I don't have an ear infection, but I have noticed that my balance if off too. (i'm not a hypochondriac :-P) Doctor said it was Vertigo and gave me some Torecan. But because I only get dizzy when my head is in a certain position, I doubt that this is vertigo. Any suggestions? Answered by Jaime Ruffins 1 year ago.

Do you have high blood pressure? I get very dizzy & headaches if I have an elevated blood pressure. Answered by Jillian Scontras 1 year ago.

This happened to my mother in law from sneezing repeatedly. The motion from the sneezing messed up her equilibrium in her inner ear. It took two days for her to get her equilibrium back. Answered by Kimberley Lovig 1 year ago.


Very nauseous and tired?
A couple days ago, I was at work and I started to feel very nauseous and ended up running off to the bathroom because I thought I was going to puke, but I didn't. When I got home at around 6pm, I went to bed and slept til around 9pm. When I got up, I had some chicken broth and crackers. Then straight back to... Asked by Kristine Azeem 1 year ago.

A couple days ago, I was at work and I started to feel very nauseous and ended up running off to the bathroom because I thought I was going to puke, but I didn't. When I got home at around 6pm, I went to bed and slept til around 9pm. When I got up, I had some chicken broth and crackers. Then straight back to bed for the rest of the night. The next day, I felt much better. When I got home from work at around midnight, I ate a piece of chicken, then went to bed soon after. I kept waking up feeling like I was going to be sick. I called off work today. All day I've been extremely nauseous, & felt like I couldn't eat anything. I had a few crackers again earlier, but that's all today. I've slept about 10 hours on and off since I woke up this morning. What is wrong with me? When will I feel good enough to eat again? I really don't want to have to call off work again tomorrow. Answered by Freeda Lindboe 1 year ago.

Sounds like you might have a stomach bug. I would try to take it easy for a few days. It should only last a few days. You will just have to wait and see how you feel tomorrow. Hopefully you will be well enough to go back to work. You can get some anti-nausea medicine at the pharmacy. Maybe it will help. I was sick for a couple days once and the terrible feeling in my stomach would not go away. I couldn't stand being up and walking around. I went to the doctor and she gave me a medicine called Torecan. After taking a couple pills, it was all gone and I was back to normal. If it gets that bad maybe you could go to the doctor and get a prescription. The doc could also write you an excuse while you're there too! Answered by Jayme Arking 1 year ago.


How much are anti-nausea pills?
Hi!! I wanted to know how much you guys are paying for (Reglan, Anzamet, Kytril, Zofran, Haldol, Compazine or Torecan).. All are listed Anti-Nausea Pills that are prescribed to some cancer patients. I would like to know the cost based on Daily, Monthly, 90days, Yearly if possible!!! THANKS Asked by Laverna Maclean 1 year ago.

My Zofran was $56 a pill Answered by Penelope Ennett 1 year ago.

I got sick during my pregnancy from the second trimester until I was in labour, and even then I threw up once (from the epidural; emergency c-section). Nothing I took worked at all, but I found that it would be exacerbated by things such as low blood sugars (I'm diabetic) and motion. Which meant that I was sick EVERY SINGLE TIME I got in a vehicle to go to work, or shopping or whatever I was doing that day. The thing is, you must keep things down for yourself and your baby. You and your baby are sharing nutrients, so if you don't have enough, the baby will take them anyway and leave you with a deficiency. If these drugs help you keep food down, they might be very necessary. If this goes on long term, you could be in a bit of trouble. So, take the drugs when you need them, and try and endure the headaches. My case is not typical, so there is a big chance that you will stop having nausea after the first trimester is over. I found the Ginger tablets did nothing, and the only way I coped with the combination of nausea, reflux and vomiting was to always have soda water and milk around. Not together, of course, that would probably make you feel worse ;) I really enjoyed my pregnancy, despite nausea and some very embarrassing public vomiting (haha) and I hope you have the opportunity to relax and reflect on the changes happening in and to you :) Congratulations on your pregnancy, good luck :) Answered by Madeleine Hulshoff 1 year ago.

When my mother took kytril it was about $54.00 a pill. Answered by Celeste Pelikan 1 year ago.


What is my Dizziness?
had blood pressure taken today, was perfect.... Asked by Sheba Souers 1 year ago.

I have been to the Doctors, but they gave me the impression that they really couldn't care/believe me. For the last 2 day I have had a constant dull headache around my temples are forehead. Whenever I move my head back halfway, there feels like a great weight is being pushed down on my head and behind my face and I start to spin, but not black out. This only happens when I look up. I don't have an ear infection, but I have noticed that my balance if off too. (i'm not a hypochondriac :-P) Doctor said it was Vertigo and gave me some Torecan. But because I only get dizzy when my head is in a certain position, I doubt that this is vertigo. Any suggestions? Answered by Gita Gouveia 1 year ago.

Do you have high blood pressure? I get very dizzy & headaches if I have an elevated blood pressure. Answered by Vida Hoffstot 1 year ago.

This happened to my mother in law from sneezing repeatedly. The motion from the sneezing messed up her equilibrium in her inner ear. It took two days for her to get her equilibrium back. Answered by Demetrice Lebleu 1 year ago.


Very nauseous and tired?
A couple days ago, I was at work and I started to feel very nauseous and ended up running off to the bathroom because I thought I was going to puke, but I didn't. When I got home at around 6pm, I went to bed and slept til around 9pm. When I got up, I had some chicken broth and crackers. Then straight back to... Asked by Regina Zierden 1 year ago.

A couple days ago, I was at work and I started to feel very nauseous and ended up running off to the bathroom because I thought I was going to puke, but I didn't. When I got home at around 6pm, I went to bed and slept til around 9pm. When I got up, I had some chicken broth and crackers. Then straight back to bed for the rest of the night. The next day, I felt much better. When I got home from work at around midnight, I ate a piece of chicken, then went to bed soon after. I kept waking up feeling like I was going to be sick. I called off work today. All day I've been extremely nauseous, & felt like I couldn't eat anything. I had a few crackers again earlier, but that's all today. I've slept about 10 hours on and off since I woke up this morning. What is wrong with me? When will I feel good enough to eat again? I really don't want to have to call off work again tomorrow. Answered by Lori Busbin 1 year ago.

Sounds like you might have a stomach bug. I would try to take it easy for a few days. It should only last a few days. You will just have to wait and see how you feel tomorrow. Hopefully you will be well enough to go back to work. You can get some anti-nausea medicine at the pharmacy. Maybe it will help. I was sick for a couple days once and the terrible feeling in my stomach would not go away. I couldn't stand being up and walking around. I went to the doctor and she gave me a medicine called Torecan. After taking a couple pills, it was all gone and I was back to normal. If it gets that bad maybe you could go to the doctor and get a prescription. The doc could also write you an excuse while you're there too! Answered by Bell Drude 1 year ago.


How much are anti-nausea pills?
Hi!! I wanted to know how much you guys are paying for (Reglan, Anzamet, Kytril, Zofran, Haldol, Compazine or Torecan).. All are listed Anti-Nausea Pills that are prescribed to some cancer patients. I would like to know the cost based on Daily, Monthly, 90days, Yearly if possible!!! THANKS Asked by Francisco Maglott 1 year ago.

My Zofran was $56 a pill Answered by Rudolph Misumi 1 year ago.

I got sick during my pregnancy from the second trimester until I was in labour, and even then I threw up once (from the epidural; emergency c-section). Nothing I took worked at all, but I found that it would be exacerbated by things such as low blood sugars (I'm diabetic) and motion. Which meant that I was sick EVERY SINGLE TIME I got in a vehicle to go to work, or shopping or whatever I was doing that day. The thing is, you must keep things down for yourself and your baby. You and your baby are sharing nutrients, so if you don't have enough, the baby will take them anyway and leave you with a deficiency. If these drugs help you keep food down, they might be very necessary. If this goes on long term, you could be in a bit of trouble. So, take the drugs when you need them, and try and endure the headaches. My case is not typical, so there is a big chance that you will stop having nausea after the first trimester is over. I found the Ginger tablets did nothing, and the only way I coped with the combination of nausea, reflux and vomiting was to always have soda water and milk around. Not together, of course, that would probably make you feel worse ;) I really enjoyed my pregnancy, despite nausea and some very embarrassing public vomiting (haha) and I hope you have the opportunity to relax and reflect on the changes happening in and to you :) Congratulations on your pregnancy, good luck :) Answered by Nickolas Mennig 1 year ago.

When my mother took kytril it was about $54.00 a pill. Answered by Reginald Okamura 1 year ago.


What is my Dizziness?
had blood pressure taken today, was perfect.... Asked by Lucy Sudderth 1 year ago.

I have been to the Doctors, but they gave me the impression that they really couldn't care/believe me. For the last 2 day I have had a constant dull headache around my temples are forehead. Whenever I move my head back halfway, there feels like a great weight is being pushed down on my head and behind my face and I start to spin, but not black out. This only happens when I look up. I don't have an ear infection, but I have noticed that my balance if off too. (i'm not a hypochondriac :-P) Doctor said it was Vertigo and gave me some Torecan. But because I only get dizzy when my head is in a certain position, I doubt that this is vertigo. Any suggestions? Answered by Rosalina Charbonnel 1 year ago.

Do you have high blood pressure? I get very dizzy & headaches if I have an elevated blood pressure. Answered by Alaine Vanamburg 1 year ago.

This happened to my mother in law from sneezing repeatedly. The motion from the sneezing messed up her equilibrium in her inner ear. It took two days for her to get her equilibrium back. Answered by Briana Talarico 1 year ago.


Very nauseous and tired?
A couple days ago, I was at work and I started to feel very nauseous and ended up running off to the bathroom because I thought I was going to puke, but I didn't. When I got home at around 6pm, I went to bed and slept til around 9pm. When I got up, I had some chicken broth and crackers. Then straight back to... Asked by Marquis Wontor 1 year ago.

A couple days ago, I was at work and I started to feel very nauseous and ended up running off to the bathroom because I thought I was going to puke, but I didn't. When I got home at around 6pm, I went to bed and slept til around 9pm. When I got up, I had some chicken broth and crackers. Then straight back to bed for the rest of the night. The next day, I felt much better. When I got home from work at around midnight, I ate a piece of chicken, then went to bed soon after. I kept waking up feeling like I was going to be sick. I called off work today. All day I've been extremely nauseous, & felt like I couldn't eat anything. I had a few crackers again earlier, but that's all today. I've slept about 10 hours on and off since I woke up this morning. What is wrong with me? When will I feel good enough to eat again? I really don't want to have to call off work again tomorrow. Answered by Maryetta Bassiti 1 year ago.

Sounds like you might have a stomach bug. I would try to take it easy for a few days. It should only last a few days. You will just have to wait and see how you feel tomorrow. Hopefully you will be well enough to go back to work. You can get some anti-nausea medicine at the pharmacy. Maybe it will help. I was sick for a couple days once and the terrible feeling in my stomach would not go away. I couldn't stand being up and walking around. I went to the doctor and she gave me a medicine called Torecan. After taking a couple pills, it was all gone and I was back to normal. If it gets that bad maybe you could go to the doctor and get a prescription. The doc could also write you an excuse while you're there too! Answered by Salina Clary 1 year ago.


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