Generic Contractubex

Generic Name: Generic contractubex

What is Generic Contractubex?

The nurse left to notify the doctor and she administered morphine, my normal treatment for sickle cell, and I immediately went to sleep. This was a horrible feeling. She was extremely cold, confused, kept saying "let me go" as in 'die'and kept trying to get out of bed to go outside. I will be sure that have the doctors put in her file to NOT give her this ever again.

This experience has been a nightmare. I sat down, then I had to stand up and walk around, then I had to sit down again.

They gave me a second injection of imitrix, which is according to the label. I had no problem with the imitrix and I have used it successfully since then with the package for patients that comes with a self-injector.

Feb 27, 2011 08:36AM jacee wrote:I was unable to use compazine or zofran for nausea during chemo. Feb 27, 2011 09:46AM AnneW wrote:Don't take any more Compazine when you get those side effects in medical terms they are called extrapyramidal!!.

Sometimes they last way longer than the drug does in your body. Please, not another dose. It is pretty sedating for me, but it beats puking. Feb 28, 2011 02:32AM Letlet wrote:I had a similar reaction to reglan, i jad the jitters and was so twitchy when im usually not like that. My onc told me to stop immediately and to also stop taking compazine because it would also make me like that. She prescribed me ativan for the nausea and for me that worked best. Feb 28, 2011 04:43AM mamaof3bugs wrote:The only anti-nausea that works for me is phenegran, it is the BEST.

All the 'new' ones are crap, they don't work worth a lick. The only drug that did work was Compazine. The only side effect it has is that it makes me tired.

How strange how differently the same medications affect different people. I am thankful for compazine as it's the only thing that's worked!.

How should I take Generic Contractubex?

However, you may have withdrawal symptoms or other problems if you stop taking your medicine during pregnancy. If you become pregnant while taking prochlorperazine, do not stop taking it without your doctor's advice. Prochlorperazine can pass into breast milk and may harm a nursing baby. Tell your doctor if you are breast-feeding a baby. Prochlorperazine is not for use in children younger than 2 years old or weighing less than 20 pounds. Talk with your doctor before giving this medication to a child who has been ill with a fever or flu symptoms.

Follow all directions on your prescription label.

What should I avoid while taking Generic Contractubex?

Been feeling kind of emotionally flat Best way to handle crushed pills I'm feeling anxiety over school starting. Fight or Flight reactions and Phobias New to migrainesthe meds and side effects.

I'm new at this and kinda not sure what to take when. On my 1st week of treatments. Maybe they gave you both to see which one works best for you. My next step in the process is low dose cisplatin concurrent with pelvic radiation. I start this whole process is a week and am a bit nervous. In your situation I would probably see if the compazine takes care of the issue and if you are still nauseas then try the zofran.

Generic Contractubex side effects

But it's not for everyone. I'm the same way. I know they supposedly slow things down personally I've never noticed much of a problem or difference that way and I make sure generally to make Miralax if I need a pain med. The other weird thing is that I eat a lot more and am not nauseous if I drink alcohol. ANd also I've found it can be very very unpredictable how alcohol will affect you when you have GP.

Common Generic Contractubex ide effects may include:

  • If it is almost time for your next regular dose, skip the missed dose.

  • Sitemap Call a LawyerReasonable probability that patient may experience adverse events ranging from fever, chills and malaise, to severe adverse events including systemic invasive mycoses or systemic bacterial sepsis.

  • Some days I would simply accept that Zombie Mode was a necessity and use the Zofran even though I hated it.

  • Definitely put that down as an allergy and police that IV.

I hope you fnd something to take that you feel comfortbale with. Call a pharmacist and see what they may offer you overt the counter. I think sometimes we read more into the side effects which can be scary if you dont have the experience to go with it.

They are required to put any and all possible side effects for informed consent. Another good medication our Nephrologist uses is Reglan which also has been around for a very long time.

Where can I get more information?

  • Since you had a bad reaction to Reglan I would hesitate before taking compazine.

  • In these cases, your doctor may want to change the dose, or other precautions may be necessary.