Prochlorperazine - How long does it take for the suppository to dissolve?

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10 Feb 2011

It depends on the kind, what it is being used for, it's strength size and how it is made... usually it takes anywhere from 15 minutes to 1 hour to completely dissolve in the system... re check information/prescribing information with package and call pharmacist... take care blaze 22

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