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Bonine Drug Information

Bonine® (meclizine hydrochloride) is a drug commonly used for preventing or treating symptoms of motion sickness, including dizziness, vomiting, and nausea. It is a type of antihistamine that works for motion sickness by blocking acetylcholine receptors in the body.
 
This medication comes in chewable tablet form and is usually taken by mouth once a day (or as directed by your healthcare provider). It is generally recommended to take the medicine one hour before embarkation to prevent symptoms from occurring; however, you can still expect some relief even if you wait until symptoms develop.
 
If you have questions about the prescribing information for Bonine or still want to learn more about the drug after reading this article (and our other articles on this topic), contact your healthcare provider. He or she knows your situation best.
 
(For more information, click Bonine. This article covers topics such as dosing guidelines, potential side effects, and warnings.)
 

Bonine Drug Information

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