Trimethobenzamide is an anti-emetic used on patients with mild nausea that could lead to vomiting, such as gastroenteritis and medicine induced nausea. As it does not effect most of the major neurotransmitters, it has fewer side effects than other anti-emetics. It works by suppressing a single receptor in the medulla oblongata.
It can induce drowsiness, and can induce headaches and diarrhea.
Trimethobenzamide at Wikipedia
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