ZOFRAN ODT: FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments

User Comments:

For Nausea/Vomiting “I take Zofran ODT to relieve the severe medication withdrawal symptoms I experience when I accidentally miss a dose of my prescribed daily medication. Severe medication withdrawal symptoms such as brain zaps, nausea, vomiting, headaches, and dizziness. “

Oakley Girl 2 August 2, 2017

For Nausea/Vomiting “I use this when I am driving and have nausea and was under doctor’s instructions to take it twice a day until I was prescribed the scolopamine patch for nausea. Now, I just take it on the times I feel nauseated with the patch, which is not much. I like the dissolvable tablets because they are quicker than the pills to absorb and I can just carry them with me in my purse, unlike the phenergan suppositories, which have to be refrigerated or kept in a cooler when going somewhere.”

Gastroparesis Girl (taken for 1 to 2 years) May 20, 2017

For Nausea/Vomiting “First time I took it I felt better almost instantly- it was truly crazy! The second time was the same but the third time it didn’t help as much. However, it helped some and has so far kept me a little less feeling like I’m gonna puke. Better than nothing.”

Lila W. April 27, 2017

For Nausea/Vomiting “This stuff works like a dream and quickly! I take over 20 meds a month, and sometimes I just get flat out nauseated from my “cocktail from hell”. I have also had it administered in an IV, and it cant be beat. The only downfall is the cost…the last I heard it is $20 per pill, and Medicaid balks at paying for it.”

Dmp1967 April 11, 2017

For Nausea/Vomiting “The directions say to dissolve in the mouth but it’s very bitter. Does anyone else have this problem?”

Bjcg (taken for 1 to 6 months) December 27, 2016

For Nausea/Vomiting “I was rxed the ODT for extreme nausea and vomiting, due to a norovirus. The minty flavor really drove me over the edge, and only made matters worse. Then my doc gave me the regular tablets that you swallow with a tiny bit of water, but it didn’t help at all, either. I remember being awed by the knowledge that they give this med to sick cancer patients, when it is so horribly ineffective. Evidently, it does work like gangbusters for some people, but I’m not one of them.”

Little C. (taken for less than 1 month) December 12, 2016

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