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Promethazine hydrochloride belongs to a class of medicines called Phenothiazines. It has similar properties as an antihistamine. These tablets block a substance called histamine from your body. This prevents it from creating symptoms such as nausea or allergic reaction in the brain. It will quickly relieve your symptoms and make you feel more relaxed. It is ideal for people who need to sleep.
Promethazine should be taken before or at bedtime. To prevent motion sickness, take this medicine at least one hour before you travel.
The condition being treated determines the regularity and timing of your dose, for example:
If you want to ease symptoms of allergy:
Adults and children of 10 years and above should take one tablet once at night. It can be increased to a maximum of 2 tablets once a night.
Children between 5 to 10 years should take one tablet at night and not more.
To treat sickness, nausea and travel sickness, you should take:
Adults and children of 10 years and above should take one tablet the night before your journey, and you can repeat this dose after 6 to 8 hours if necessary.
Children younger than 10 years should not be treated with this medication.
To treat insomnia in adults, you should take:
Adults can take 1 to 2 tablets, once a night.
Children aged over 10 years can take 1 to 2 tablets, once a night and children aged 5 to 10 years can take 1 tablet, once a night.
Do not consume more than the recommended daily dose.
difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep
ringing in ears
blurred or double vision
loss of coordination
abnormally happy mood
breathing stops for a short time
fast or irregular pulse or heartbeat
abnormal or uncontrollable movements
hallucinations (seeing things or hearing voices that do not exist)
overwhelming or unmanageable fear or emotion
uncontrollable shaking of a part of the body
unusual bruising or bleeding
sore throat, fever, chills, and other signs of infection
uncontrolled eye movements
tongue sticking out
abnormal neck position
inability to respond to people around you
yellowing of the skin or eyes
swelling of the face, eyes, lips, tongue, throat, arms, hands, feet, ankles, or lower legs
difficulty breathing or swallowing
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