Vomistop (Domperidone Tablets) used
Vomistop (Domperidone Tablets) is used to treat nausea and vomiting and help relieve symptoms like bloating, fullness, heartburn and flatulence that cause discomfort when the digestive system is out of rhythm or you have eaten too much. Vomistop (Domperidone Tablets) can also be used to relieve symptoms of nausea caused by some medications, such as anti-cancer drugs and medications used for Parkinson’s disease. Another use for Vomistop is to increase breast milk production, as a side effect of its intended use.
Vomistop (Domperidone Tablets) work
Vomistop (Domperidone Tablets) contains domperidone, a dopamine antagonist that acts as an antiemetic (prevents nausea and vomiting) and as a gastrokinetic (stimulates gastrointestinal mobility). Nausea and vomiting are triggered when the chemoreceptor trigger zone (CTZ) in the brain is stimulated, and this causes nerve impulses to be sent to area postrema or vomiting centre of the brain, to induce the vomiting reflex. The CTZ can be activated by two mechanisms; either indirectly by transmission of nerve impulses sent to the brain from the stomach when it has been irritated, or directly by chemicals or drugs that are circulating in the blood and stimulate receptors in the brain. Vomistop (Domperidone Tablets) works by blocking the action of the chemical messenger dopamine and this stops the transmission of messages from the irritated or upset stomach to the brain, preventing the brain triggering the vomiting response. Vomistop (Domperidone Tablets) also blocks the same chemical messengers in the upper digestive system. This relieves dysmobility, which is when food processing slows down causing uncomfortable symptoms. Vomistop (Domperidone Tablets) restores the natural rhythm of muscle contraction and relaxation in the stomach, which helps push food through the digestive system and prevents vomiting.
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