This was prescribed for me with another medication for pain after my knee surgery. I can't remember ever taking this but I am going to undergo another surgery and trying to figure out if I should discard this prescription
Hello, Compazine is a medication thats given for nausea and vomiting. It was used for years and is an older medicine. Its newer counterparts are zofran and regulan. However, compassion has been out for a long time its not a pain med. It was used a lot for people with flying nausea in an airplane and it has very little side effects compared to the 2 newer medicines zofran and regulan. You need to clarify with your doctor why you are getting this medicine for pain. It sounds like you are going to need a real pain medicine but thats not it.
- Compazine Information for Consumers
- Compazine Information for Healthcare Professionals (includes dosage details)
- Side Effects of Compazine (detailed)
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