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Gravol has active ingredients of dimenhydrinate. It is often used in nausea. (latest outcomes from Gravol 891 users)
Enlarged liver has been reported by people with fever, anaphylactoid reaction, abdominal pain, nosebleed, weight increased (latest reports from 11,439 Enlarged liver patients).
On Aug, 22, 2016
No report is found.
Hi guys I have been given a mixture of Gravol, Nexium and Tramadol for pain due to gallstones with stones in my bile duct since 02/12/15. But I started to feel pain in my ribs and stomach as well as congestion in my throat and stomach and coughing if I inhale or exhale. I was wondering if anyone ...
my daughter has taken a gravol because she has been feeling ill. She then got a migrain and took one of her sumatriptan pills and is now having a reaction. she is sweating (to the point of her shirt being wet), tingling and feeling like she is floating. Is this normal?
53 y/0 female with no other condition except hypothyrodism on Synthroid who after 5-6 months of stsrting verapamil underwent an abd-pelvic ct scan for abd pain and was fiund with hepetomegaly. Can that be possible?
Hello, my name is John. I have taken bottles and bottles og gravol for over 3 years.Put it this way, I go through 100 tabs of 50mg each every 2 days. I can think, my stomach is bloated, short term memory bad, sticky mouth, etc
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