Emetrol treats symptoms of nausea. It should not be diluted or drank within 15 minutes with other fluids. This medication should be used with caution in patients with diabetes.

Emetrol Overview


Emetrol is an over the counter medication used to treat symptoms of nausea. Emetrol belongs to a group of drugs called antiemetics. They way Emetrol works is not fully understood, but is thought to sooth the stomach and help with nausea. 

This medication comes in a oral (by mouth) liquid, and can be taken every 15 minutes for up to 1 hour, without food. 


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Emetrol consists of multiple generic medications. The generic medications are listed below.


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