Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 017874/001.

Names and composition

"TRANSDERM SCOP" is the commercial name of a drug composed of SCOPOLAMINE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017874/001 TRANSDERM SCOP SCOPOLAMINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 1MG per 72HR

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017874/001 TRANSDERM SCOP SCOPOLAMINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 1MG per 72HR
078830/001 SCOPOLAMINE SCOPOLAMINE FILM, EXTENDED RELEASE/TRANSDERMAL 1MG per 72HR

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Answered questions

Transderm Scop Patch?
I am 14 and i am going on a bus ride. I get extremely nauseous. So, my Mom got me a Transderm Scop Patch, that i will be wearing for exactly 16 hours. I just wanted to know a few things.1. Does it work really good?2. Can i still eat regular foods on the ride and not get sick?3. Is there anything i should be... Asked by Shayne Sandhaus 1 year ago.

I am 14 and i am going on a bus ride. I get extremely nauseous. So, my Mom got me a Transderm Scop Patch, that i will be wearing for exactly 16 hours. I just wanted to know a few things. 1. Does it work really good? 2. Can i still eat regular foods on the ride and not get sick? 3. Is there anything i should be aware of? P.S. I know i might be too young to wear this, but I don't care. I don't wanna risk getting sick AGAIN :/ Thanks for the help ! Answered by Felton Chludzinski 1 year ago.

1. Yes, they work very well 2. Yes, you can still eat regular food...No alcohol 3. It will make you tired and you will have a dry mouth. Do not touch the patch and touch your eyes without washing your hands the medication if gotten in eyes can dilate the pupil and paralyze the eye muscle. If you become confused, disoriented or have trouble urinating remove the patch immediately. Another medication you can buy over the counter is Meclizine or Antivert for this same purpose, it also works very well and may not cause you to be as dry. Scop Patch is good for three days, Antivert/Meclizine 6hrs. For more natural remedies...alternative medicine: Ginger, ginger teas, fresh ginger, pickled ginger, gingerbread, ginger snap cookies, ginger ale. Answered by Eilene Jefcoat 1 year ago.

does ginger ale an alternative to the transderm scop patch? Answered by Devon Schech 1 year ago.


Transderm Scop (Scopolamine) reaction?
I've been wearing the Transderm Scop patches for about 2 weeks now (alternating sides every 3 days) and when I went to change my patch yesterday I noticed that my skin that was underneath the patch is now bright red and raised. I have no other rashes or symptoms but after 24 hours the welt is still there, if... Asked by Elvis Estrela 1 year ago.

I've been wearing the Transderm Scop patches for about 2 weeks now (alternating sides every 3 days) and when I went to change my patch yesterday I noticed that my skin that was underneath the patch is now bright red and raised. I have no other rashes or symptoms but after 24 hours the welt is still there, if anything it's brighter red. It doesn't hurt or itch either. I was wondering if this is something I should be worried about? I can't get in to see my doc for another 1 and 1/2 weeks. I'm 26 and wear the patch to counter the nausea caused by the Butrans patch I wear for a herniated disc. Answered by Jack Pemelton 1 year ago.

It is possible that you are having some reaction to the adhesive of the patch. If you start to notice any difficulty breathing, eye pain dizziness, rapid pulse you better get in touch or go to the ER because these are the most severe side effects. Other side effects can happen, but they are not serious. But, you might just discontinue to wear the patch for a day or two and see if the welt gets better. You could apply a 1% hydrocortisone ointment or cream (over the counter)and see if this helps. Isn't there any way you could just talk to the doctor to see what they would advise without seeing him? Take Care. Answered by Allie Fries 1 year ago.


Transderm Scop patch and Birth Control?
Can the transderm scop sea sickness patch cause birth control to fail? I know that taking anitbiotics messes with birth control I just didn't know if this would too? Asked by Ayesha Sterle 1 year ago.

No, it will not. Answered by Jonathon Mcnew 1 year ago.


Deep Sea Fishing:Transderm scop vs. dramamine?
Deep Sea Fishing:Transderm scop vs. dramamine? Im going deep sea fishing tomorrow and i get motion sick easily. i have the Transderm scop patches and i have dramamine, which should i use? i am 16 and i hate getting sick, which will work better with less side effects?? Please help! Asked by Shaquita Pruss 1 year ago.

Dramamine. If you use the scopolamine patch then when you sweat the medication will run down on your body some and if you then touch your face then it could temporarily affect your vision due to the medications effect on your iris and lens. Answered by Tijuana Borriello 1 year ago.

Dramamine works better, in my opinion, but I do get quite sleepy when I use it. The patches don't work quite as well, but I've never been sleepy with it. Answered by Cherry Waddups 1 year ago.

That is a very stinkey situation Answered by Hildegard Reihing 1 year ago.


Motion sickness remedies - specifically Transderm Scop?
I'm going to be traveling in a car for about seven hours and have issues with motion sickness (nausea, irritability, headache, etc.). I have the Sea Bands which work for shorter car rides but last time I did this drive they didn't seem to make a difference. Dramamine is not an option; last time I took it I... Asked by Tandra Eheler 1 year ago.

I'm going to be traveling in a car for about seven hours and have issues with motion sickness (nausea, irritability, headache, etc.). I have the Sea Bands which work for shorter car rides but last time I did this drive they didn't seem to make a difference. Dramamine is not an option; last time I took it I slept for 15 hours. I literally fell asleep on a bench in the airport and had to be carried to the car. So, what are your suggestions for motion sickness? Does anyone have any experience with Transderm Scop (the behind the ear patch)? Also, being tired is not an option. We're driving to a New Years Eve party. Thanks! Answered by Synthia Losano 1 year ago.

Ginger works for me. Ginger ale soda, ginger flavored altoids... Answered by Lynell Vitkus 1 year ago.

i was so in the same boat!!! i have trouble riding in the car when i'm not pregnant... and now that i'm pregnant, even though i'm in the 2nd trimester, i CAN'T ride with anyone and still feel nauseous even if i drive :(. Try 1/2 a regular strength unisom with 25mg of b6 30 minutes before a car-ride. If this doesn't help ask you dr for a prescription of phenegen, its an amazing drug! but you can't drive while taking it, you will be pretty sleepy, i recommend 1/2 of a 25mg tablet 45 minutes before a car ride, and take the next dose about 30 minutes prior to the next scheduled time if you dr approved. Meaning, if its every 6 hours like mine... take it every 5.5 hours, and you don't have a lapse where you are sick which can create a viscous cycle! If this medication does not work for you, the next thing to try is Zofran or both drugs mixed- if you dr approves!!!! this is unfortunately what i had to do this pregnancy to go anywhere outside my home, a small dose of each medication combined helped me get to/through/from the grocery store.... but i certainly wasn't going out to any restaurants and still at 14 weeks i'm having trouble eating a large variety of foods! Answered by Joleen Wildoner 1 year ago.


Motion sickness remedies - specifically Transderm Scop?
I'm going to be traveling in a car for about seven hours and have issues with motion sickness (nausea, irritability, headache, etc.). I have the Sea Bands which work for shorter car rides but last time I did this drive they didn't seem to make a difference. Dramamine is not an option; last time I took it I... Asked by Oretha Swackhammer 1 year ago.

I'm going to be traveling in a car for about seven hours and have issues with motion sickness (nausea, irritability, headache, etc.). I have the Sea Bands which work for shorter car rides but last time I did this drive they didn't seem to make a difference. Dramamine is not an option; last time I took it I slept for 15 hours. I literally fell asleep on a bench in the airport and had to be carried to the car. So, what are your suggestions for motion sickness? Does anyone have any experience with Transderm Scop (the behind the ear patch)? Also, being tired is not an option. We're driving to a New Years Eve party. Thanks! Answered by Santana Puhrman 1 year ago.

Dramamine now comes in a non drowsy formula. It works Answered by Terresa Schmucker 1 year ago.

i was so in the same boat!!! i have trouble riding in the car when i'm not pregnant... and now that i'm pregnant, even though i'm in the 2nd trimester, i CAN'T ride with anyone and still feel nauseous even if i drive :(. Try 1/2 a regular strength unisom with 25mg of b6 30 minutes before a car-ride. If this doesn't help ask you dr for a prescription of phenegen, its an amazing drug! but you can't drive while taking it, you will be pretty sleepy, i recommend 1/2 of a 25mg tablet 45 minutes before a car ride, and take the next dose about 30 minutes prior to the next scheduled time if you dr approved. Meaning, if its every 6 hours like mine... take it every 5.5 hours, and you don't have a lapse where you are sick which can create a viscous cycle! If this medication does not work for you, the next thing to try is Zofran or both drugs mixed- if you dr approves!!!! this is unfortunately what i had to do this pregnancy to go anywhere outside my home, a small dose of each medication combined helped me get to/through/from the grocery store.... but i certainly wasn't going out to any restaurants and still at 14 weeks i'm having trouble eating a large variety of foods! Answered by Jeanine Proto 1 year ago.


Have you used the transderm-scop patch?
if so, did you experience any withdrawal? How long were you on the patch? I took mine off about 4 hours and I'm just now reading about the possibility of withdrawal. Asked by Latasha Bowersmith 1 year ago.

If you haven't had any withdrawal symptoms in 4 hours, you should be OK. Those patches are scary. My temperature went down to 95.5. I ripped it off and never put it on again! Answered by Sammy Efird 1 year ago.


Can you take Xanax with Transderm-Scop patches?\?
I have severe panic disorder - as well as motion sickness. We are driving three hours (!!!) to go see my brother's new apartment, and I'm worried about the trip. I've never tried the patches, so I don't know how well they'll work - but I experience a lot of anxiety about the possibility of them... Asked by Jed Beaufait 1 year ago.

I have severe panic disorder - as well as motion sickness. We are driving three hours (!!!) to go see my brother's new apartment, and I'm worried about the trip. I've never tried the patches, so I don't know how well they'll work - but I experience a lot of anxiety about the possibility of them not working. The xanax pills in question are .5 mg up to 3 times a day - Yes, they are prescribed by my doctor. Can I take a xanax while wearing the patch to ward off any anxiety issues? If I could sleep through the entire trip, I would gladly do so. It's a three hour drive there, and a three hour drive back - and we're doing it all in one day. Answered by Jarod Zampaglione 1 year ago.

Yes, if you are not doing the driving. If you are driving, this is a dangerous combo because it could make you fall asleep. Please talk to your doctor about arranging therapy. Answered by Bernard Merriott 1 year ago.


Are transderm scop patches still effective past their expiration date?
Asked by Adaline Saterfiel 1 year ago.

SOUNDS LIKE ABOVE PERSON WORKS FOR DRUG MFG. TRY IT AND SEE, IT WON'T HURT YOU, MIGHT JUST NOT BE AS EFFECTIVE. I HAVE SOME NERVE PILLS I GOT IN 2007 AND TAKE ONE EVERY NOW AND THEN, THEY WILL STILL KNOCK YOU ON YOUR BUTT! Answered by Belen Weekly 1 year ago.


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