Nausea, dizziness, headaches, vomiting. Vertigo can be an extremely uncomfortable experience.
Put an end to vertigo with Vertigon. Vertigon is designed combat the symptoms of vertigo, including dizziness and nausea, within 2-3 hours of being taken.
Vertigon is available in packs of 28 tablets.
How & When
How it works?
Vertigon contains Promethazine teoclate 25 mg and is a long acting anti-emetic for the prevention and treatment of the symptons of vertigo, such as nausea and vomiting.
How to use it?
Vertigon comes in tablet form, to be taken orally.
When to use it
Adults and the Elderly:
One 25 mg tablet at night is often sufficient, but two or three tablets are sometimes necessary. Alternatively, more frequent administration such as 25 mg two or three times a day may be required for some patients. It is often not necessary to give more than four of the 25 mg Promethazine Teoclate tablets in 24 hours.
Children Over 10 years old:
Give the lower adult dose (one tablet).
Children 5 – 10 years old:
Give half the lower adult dose (half a tablet).
Tablets are not suitable for administration to children aged between 2 and 5 years. An oral liquid preparation is recommended in this age group. Not for use in children under 2 years of age
Please refer to the enclosed leaflet for full details on when to use Vertigon.
Promethazine teoclate 25 mg
Do not exceed the stated dose. Always read the enclosed leaflet before use to check if this product is suitable for you.
Side effects may occur. Always read the enclosed leaflet before use.