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Old July 1st, 2001, 05:24 PM
maryb maryb is offline
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Default Canadian Motionsickness

After some research at the local Shopper's Drug Mart, I discovered that Dramadine is really GRAVOL (dimenhydrinate) and bonine (meclizine) is now available without a prescription and is called BONAMINE. Hope that helps.
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Old July 2nd, 2001, 06:59 AM
John Burns, RPh
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Default Re: Canadian Motionsickness

Thank you for your information. Drug brand names often change outside of the U.S. and sometimes it is difficult to figure out what I am talking about. However, in MOST of the world, the generic name is the same (some countries, like Geramny, continue to like the Latin-styled generic names).

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