That's very interesting because Antivert Rx strength is 25mg and it's only active ingredient is meclizine which over the counter is also 25mg? Perhaps it's the inactive/fillers that you respond too?Antivert is only available by a script.
it's generic form, meclizine, never worked for me.
it is not available as otc.antivert is now available OTCwhat brand name?
i use the patch when sailing, none of the side effects thank goodness
suggestion to not close your eyes when getting dizzy/etc. on a ride. instead find a non-moving spot on the ride (think inside of the car, support rail, etc) & fix ur gaze upon it...works for me
I don't presume to be an expert on these matters, but it does appear that this drug is availabe OTC from Amazon here.thanx that's what i thought, strong stuff couldn't imagine it being OTC, must've misread one the posts here
Bonine is non-drowsy, and Dramamine comes in a non-drowsy formula. I like Bonine because it lacks the "medicine head" feeling for me.Our son gets motion sickness on rides like Mission Space. This is our first time going to Universal. Can anyone recommend a non drowsy medication? I know a lot have been mentioned above, but which ones are non drowsy?
I have severe motion sickness. I'm fine on roller coasters, but motion simulators can turn me green. I asked my doc for a prescription for the scopolamine patch for our trip to the WWoHP this past week. Dramamine (I take the non-drowsy formula) works well for me, but I didn't want to have to mess with remembering to take it every four hours. I'm happy to say that during our four-day stay I never once got queasy, even on Forbidden Journey or the spinny Men in Black. I experienced a slight case of dry mouth the first night, but didn't notice it by the second day.Look in to Scapolamine patches.