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  Seasick meds...
  Posted by: bubblerich on Jun-15-11 12:36 PM (EST)
 

I get seasick, carsick, and airsick. Thankfully I've never been trainsick.

After trying every solution: OTC stuff and the scopalamine patch, I've found the solution. It's called "Stugeron." It has no apparent side effects (at least on me), and works splendidly.

I buy mine from a pharmacy in London as it's not available in the US. You DO NOT want to take a dose of more that 15mg as it does have some issues at high levels. The stuff in the US is 25mg or larger... that's a no-no.

You should consult your physician before using any new med. The generic name is "cinnarizine," should you wish to Google it. (Note that lots of the comments about cinnarizine side effects are about the high dose amounts).

I've used this stuff since 2002 when I discovered the stuff in Italy.

Bruce Berberich
Greenville, NC

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