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?
- 26 Dec 2010 by kimberlywalker75
- 5 October 2017
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?
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.
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.
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