Gravol (Dimenhydrinate) belongs to a group of medications called antiemetics. This medication is consumed to impede and treat motion sickness as well as nausea and vomiting. Dimenhydrinate works to avert nausea and vomiting by influencing the vomiting centre in the brain. A great many people can expect some alleviation of sickness and vomiting. It attempts to prevent motion sickness by having an effect on the brain or inner ear.
NOTE: This is not a complete list of conditions that Gravol may be able to treat, consult with your healthcare professional for more info.
Gravol Manufacturing Information
All of our brand products associated with Gravol are manufactured by Church & Dwight Canada. It comes in an array of forms including:
• Adult Suppository
• Baby Suppository
• Chewable Tablet
• Children Chewable Tablet
• Children Syrup
• Ginger Liquid Gels
• IM Injection
• Long Action Dual Relief
• Natural Source Ginger
We also offer other products involving the generic alternative, all coming from Canada in quantities of 1. Again, more info relating to dosage can be found above.
NOTE: The generic alternative is not manufactured by the company that makes the brand product. This product is an over-the-counter item and no prescription is required.
Contact your doctor if you experience these less severe side effects if they are bothersome:
• dry mouth
• excitement (especially in children)
• lack of energy
Stop taking the medication and seek immediate medical attention if any of the following occur:
• Rapid, shallow breathing
• Symptoms of a severe allergic reaction (e.g., difficulty breathing; hives; swelling of the face, mouth, tongue, or throat)
Check with your doctor ASAP if any of the below occur:
• Blurred/change in vision
• Problems passing urine
NOTE: This is not a complete list of side effects. Speak to your healthcare professional for more info
Before using this product, check with your doctor if you are allergic to any of the ingredients of this medication, as they may cause serious allergic reactions. Also, speak with your medical professional about your medical history. While using this medication, steer clear of consuming alcoholic beverages and speak with your doctor if you are using marijuana. Also, check with your doctor about all the products you use including prescription, non-prescription and herbal products as there may be interactions with other drugs. Children may be more susceptible to the effects of this drug. This drug can more often than not induce excitement in young children instead of drowsiness. Older adults also may be more vulnerable to the side effects of this drug, specifically drowsiness, confusion, constipation or trouble urinating. If you are planning to use this drug while in pregnancy, go over the risks and benefits with your doctor. Also, this drug passes into breast milk and may create unpleasant effects on a nursing infant. Speak with your doctor before breast-feeding.