What is the difference between nausea and vomiting?
Nausea is an uneasiness of the stomach that often accompanies the urge to vomit, but doesn't always lead to vomiting. Vomiting is the forcible voluntary or involuntary emptying ("throwing up") of stomach contents through the mouth. Some triggers that may result in vomiting can come from the stomach and intestines (infection, injury, and food irritation), the inner ear (dizziness and motion sickness), and the brain (head injury, brain infections, tumors, and migraine headaches).
Oral rehydration in acute diarrhea & cholera.
FOR REPLACEMENT OF BODY FLUIDS AND ELECTROLYTES LOST IN DIARRHOEA AND VOMITTING.
For temporary pain relief of minor muscles aches and pains, also pain relief for strains, sprains and bruising, simple back aches, arthritis and joint pain
You should not use Dulcolax if you are allergic to bisacodyl, or if you have:
stomach pain, nausea, or vomiting.
Ask a doctor or pharmacist if it is safe for you to use this medicine if you have other medical conditions, especially:
a sudden change in bowel habits lasting 2 weeks or longer;
hemorrhoids or anal fissures (small tears in the skin tissues around your rectum);
ulcerative colitis, inflammatory bowel disease, or other intestinal disorder;
a history of perforation (a hole or tear) of your intestines;
an eating disorder (anorexia or bulimia); or
if you cannot swallow without chewing, if taking Dulcolax tablets.
Paracil Tablet is used to relieve mild to moderate pain from a headache, toothache, cold, flu, joint pain, or periods pain. This medicine works by reducing the activity of certain chemicals in the body to provide pain-relieving effects. Paracil is also used to reduce fever. This medicine reduces fever by increasing the loss of heat from the body.
- Relief of nausea may be experienced due to travel, pregnancy, Anesthesia or Chemotherapy
- Alleviate the nausea of Morning Sickness, Travel Sickness, Anesthesia and Chemotherapy