|hep c and nausea/vomiting
Aug 2, 2014
What are safe antiemetic medications to take with liver damage?
Response from Dr. Taylor
There are many classes of antiemetics, medications active against nausea and vomiting. Many are safe to take when there is liver damage.
Examples of classes of these medications that are generally safe with liver damage include:
ANTIHISTAMINES -- such as Diphenhydramine, although this class can be sedating (make you sleepy). Benzamides -- such as Metoclopramide. and SEROTONIN RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTS -- such as Ondansetron, although with Moderate to severe liver impairment maximum daily dose is 8 mg. daily.
Use caution with Prochlorperazine.
As with any medication, check with your doctor about your degree of liver impairment and what medications are best.
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