Displaying 19 questions associated with Ondansetron.
My younger brother has been taking his medication more then prescribed and I would like to know if he does this for a euphoric feeling or not
is it safe to take one if I feel nausea? It is Jan 1, 2018
I cant take narcotics
My doctor has prescribed Ondansetron for the nausea caused by gallstones. My healthcare provider now
... refuses to pay for it. Is there a similar drug I can get, preferably over the counter? I'm told that the provider will not pay for anything the doctor at my clinic prescribes.
would this drug make you fail a drug test
... nausea/vomiting is occurring now and I'm not sure I've been able to hold down the pill. I'm an adult and took 4 mg. I should be safe taking another tablet at the same does and try it sublingually, right?
I have to take this medication at bedtime... Will it help my nausea all the next day or does it wear off in 12 hours?
Will ONDANSETRON show up as a controlled substance like THC in a urine test? Is it gonna make the person taking this drug test positive for anything that is considered a controlled drug or chemical by the federal government?
It seems like a pretty standard drug for people with sensitive stomachs. Are there some sort of long-term side effects that it can cause if taken often? Thanks.
My gastroparesis started acting up and my Doctor sent me 4mg of Zofran. It didn’t work and gave me a headache. Can I increase the dosage to 8mg safely and will taking Tylenol or Ibuprofen help with the headaches.
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