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Bonine Dosage

The recommended dosage of Bonine for treating or preventing motion sickness is one or two tablets once a day (or as directed by your healthcare provider). This dosage is standard for both adults and children. It is generally recommended to take your dose one hour before embarkation to help prevent symptoms of motion sickness.

Bonine Dosage: An Introduction

There is only one standard dose of Bonine® (meclizine hydrochloride), regardless of your age or weight. As is always the case, do not adjust your dosage unless your healthcare provider specifically instructs you to do so.
 
(This article refers to Bonine Original chewable tablets; it does not apply to Bonine for Kids, which contains a different medication.)
 

Bonine Dosing for Motion Sickness

For preventing and treating motion sickness in individuals ages 12 years and older, the recommended Bonine dose is one or two tablets (25 to 50 mg) once daily or as directed by your healthcare provider.

Bonine usually works best if you take it before motion sickness symptoms begin, although you can expect some relief even if you wait until symptoms develop. Taking it one hour before your embarkation is usually sufficient to prevent motion sickness.
 

General Information on Dosing With Bonine

Considerations for people taking Bonine include the following:
 
  • This medication comes in chewable tablet form. It is usually taken by mouth once a day.
     
  • You can take Bonine either with food or on an empty stomach. If the medication seems to bother your stomach, try taking it with a little food.
     
  • For the medication to work properly, it must be taken as directed.
     
  • If you are unsure about anything related to your dosage of Bonine, please talk with your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist.
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