Meclizine HCI

Were you looking for information about Meclizine? Meclizine HCi is a common variation and misspelling of meclizine.
 
At this time, there are both prescription and over-the-counter meclizine hydrochloride products (Antivert®, Bonine®, Dramamine® Less Drowsy Formula) available. The prescription medication is approved for the treatment of motion sickness and vertigo, while the non-prescription version is only licensed to treat motion sickness. The dosing instructions for these products will vary, but meclizine is typically taken once or twice a day. Some of the side effects that may occur with this medicine include blurry vision, drowsiness, and dry mouth.
 
(Click Meclizine for more information about this medication and its specific effects, dosing guidelines, and warnings. You can also click on the various links in the box to the right to access specific topics on meclizine.)
 
 
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