Stugeron is an over-the-counter medication that is specially formulated to treat and control motion or travel sickness symptoms, which includes nausea, dizziness, and feeling sick (vomiting).

  • Effectively reduces symptoms of motion sickness
  • Relieves nausea, dizziness and vomiting
  • Effective for balance-related problems
  • Take 2 hours before travel
  • Sourced in the United Kingdom

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is Stugeron? 

Stugeron is a drug used to treat balance or movement problems symptoms, which may include dizziness or lightheadedness, feeling sick (nausea), or being sick.

It contains cinnarizine, which is an antihistamine and calcium channel blocker. This ingredient is commonly prescribed against nausea and vomiting due to motion sickness, chemotherapy, vertigo, or problems with balance, like Ménière’s disease.

How do Stugeron Tablets work? 

The active ingredient cinnarizine blocks the effects of histamine, which your body releases when experiencing motion or travel sickness. When the histamines are successfully intercepted, it stops the symptoms of travel sickness, such as nausea and feeling sick.

Also, unlike other antihistamines, cinnarizine will make you feel sleepy, which is why it’s called a drowsy or sedating antihistamine.

How long does it take for Cinnarizine Tablets to work? The active ingredient in Stugeron works gradually. It can take up to four (4) hours after taking the tablet before you can feel the drug’s full effect.

Benefits of Stugeron Travel Sickness Tablets

You can’t really enjoy the sceneries while travelling by planes, cars, trains, buses or boats if you suffer from travel sickness. And as much as you want to keep your spirits up while travelling, travel sickness will kick your behind with its annoying symptoms, including nausea, sickness, and sometimes, vomiting.

When you take Stugeron, you can stop travel sickness from ruining your trip. It will stop the occurrence of annoying symptoms. It will prevent you from feeling unwell during your trip.

Proper Administration of Stugeron 15 mg 

Although Stugeron is available without a prescription and you can purchase it over the counter at any pharmacy, it is still best to consult your doctor to ensure it is a suitable medication for you. You should do so, especially if you have any existing conditions or maintenance medications.

But if you’re taking it without your doctor’s prescription, it is essential that you read the pertinent information about Stugeron found in the enclosed patient information leaflet. Follow the instructions provided in the said leaflet.

Stugeron comes in an oral tablet form. You take it after a meal; suck, chew, or swallow it whole with water. It is best to take it before travelling to ensure it can prevent travel sickness symptoms from manifesting.

Stugeron dosage 

As mentioned, you should follow the instructions of your doctor or pharmacist when taking this medication. Stugeron dosage may vary depending on two (2) factors: age and type of sickness.

For adults and children 12 years old and above who want to prevent travel sickness, two (2) tablets must be taken approximately two (2) hours before travelling. Then, one (1) tablet every eight (8) hours while on the journey. On the other hand, children between five (5) to 12 years old must take one (1) tablet two (2) hours before travelling, and ½ a tablet every eight (8) hours during the trip.

If you are using this medication to treat balance-related problems like Ménière’s disease, adults and children aged 12 and above can take two (2) tablets three (3) times a day. Meanwhile, children aged 5-12 years old can take one (1) tablet three (3) times per day. 

If you miss taking your tablet as per your schedule, make sure eight (8) hours has already elapsed before you take the missed dose. Then, continue taking it as per your doctor’s prescription or as recommended in the information leaflet. Do not double your dose to compensate for the missed dose. If you take more than the prescribed or recommended dose, you should consult your doctor immediately or head to the nearest emergency hospital right away.

Want To Know More About Stugeron?

Again, always consult your doctor before taking any medications; this includes Stugeron. Always ask if the drug is suitable for your existing medical conditions. You should not take Stugeron if any of the following applies:

  • Allergic to cinnarizine or any of the other ingredients of Stugeron 
  • A child below five (5) years old

If you have any of the following, you should take Stugeron with caution and the guidance of your doctor:

  • Parkinson’s disease
  • Liver or kidney problems
  • Porphyria

If you have any of the listed conditions above, you may still take the tablets, but you should discuss its benefits and possible side effects beforehand.

Moreover, Stugeron may also interact with other medications, which means it can be affected or can affect certain medications. You should inform your doctor or pharmacist about medications, prescription or over the counter, that you are currently taking. 

Inform your doctor if you are taking any medication for the following conditions:

  • Anxiety  
  • Difficulty sleeping or insomnia 
  • Pain  
  • Depression

Also, you should inform the medical professional conducting the blood tests that you are taking or have taken Stugeron four (4) days before the test, as it can decrease the results of your skin tests for allergies. On the other hand, you should not take this medication if you are pregnant, suspect to be pregnant, or breastfeeding. You should ask your doctor beforehand.

This drug may also contain lactose; ask your doctor before taking it, especially if you are lactose intolerant. Lastly, this drug can make you drowsy; therefore, drinking alcohol alongside it can worsen the effect. It is best to avoid driving or operating vehicles or machinery if you experience this effect. 

You may experience unwanted side effects when taking Stugeron, as with other medications. You should keep an eye out for these effects and inform your doctor right away:

  • Drowsiness
  • Nausea
  • Weight gain
  • Feeling tired
  • Being sick or vomiting
  • Increased sweating
  • Growth on the skin, which can be red to grey coloured
  • Skin rash, which may show through swelling, redness, or itchiness
  • Indigestion (rare)
  • Stomach pain (rare)

Other side effects with unknown frequency are as follows:

  • Hand and fingers’ trembling and shaking
  • Twisting body movements
  • Shuffling walk
  • Muscle stiffness
  • Jaundice
  • Red, scaly skin rash

If you experience any of the following cease the use of the product and contact your doctor immediately.

Although there are medications available to treat or manage the symptoms of travel sickness, you should still find more natural ways to control these effects. Below are different tips you can apply to prevent travel sickness symptoms when travelling by sea or car.

Sea travel:

  • Stay on deck and focus on the horizon
  • Stay away from  diesel and galley smells
  • Do not eat fatty or greasy food before or during the travel

Travelling by car:

  • Look ahead into the distance
  • Travel during the daytime, keeping your windows open
  • Let children can see the outside from the windscreen
  • Never read while in a moving vehicle
  • Do not eat fatty or greasy food before or during the travel

You can buy Stugeron over the counter at any pharmacy. You can also buy it from online pharmacies, but you may be asked to consult with a physician before checkout. Also, be wary of counterfeit products; only buy from certified or high-rated online pharmacies, like True Medical.