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Doxinate is a delayed-release formulation that works optimally 4 to 6 hours after ingestion. The delay in action may be prolonged when tablets are taken with food. Doxinate must be taken on a daily basis to reach its optimal effect.
 
  • Doxinate should be taken as prescribed by your healthcare professional. He or she may adjust the dosing schedule according to timing, duration, severity and frequency of your symptoms.

  • Do not stop taking Doxinate on your own. Your healthcare professional will gradually reduce your dose when stopping Doxinate treatment to prevent a sudden return of nausea and vomiting symptoms.

  • Doxinate tablets have a special Eudragit L 100 -55 coating for a delayed release action. Therefore, they must not be crushed or split.

  • Doxinate® is specifically prescribed for the control of your symptoms of NVP. Do not give it to others, even if they have the same symptoms, and you yourself should not use it for any other condition than the one for which it was prescribed.

  • Doxinate may cause drowsiness. Until you know how you will react to this medication do not drive or operate machinery.

  • Doxinate does not contain lactose, gluten, tartrazine or sulfite.
 
 
 
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