I think it's in a syringe that is put on the wrist.
Medication used for anti-nausea that is cream that is put on the wrist?
Question posted by kimberlywalker75 on 26 Dec 2010
Last updated on 5 October 2017 by taina248
It's Phenergan in compound form. Can only get it from a pharmacy that still mixes their own meds, which most commercial pharmacies don't. I have a friend who was an ER doctor in a small town in TN, who used to order it for the hospital from an older pharmacy nearby. It is dispensed from a syringe onto the wrist in a very small amount. The wrists are rubbed together and it absorbs through the skin. Works fast. Most doctors now don't know about it, which makes it hard to get a prescription for it even if there is still a "mixing" pharmacy close by.
I am looking for the same thing. My son (type 1 diabetic) was throwing up for several weeks and my son's doctor gave me a script for a natural pharmecy. When we got it he was hungry about 30 min later and held everything down. It came in 5 syringes and you rubbed on wrist. I have a friend who had a stroke and is very sick.
I'm sorry ... I have looked/researched and I couldn't find anything. Do you have any information about it... the being letter of the brand name or medicine?
Oops ... that was meant to read "beginning letter".
It's called Promethazine. You put it on your skin for nausea.
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