Transderm Scop is a skin patch containing scopolamine which is used to prevent nausea and vomiting caused by motion sickness or when recovering from surgery or anesthesia. Scopolamine works by correcting the imbalance of substances which can occur during motion sickness and blocking brain signals which can cause nausea and vomiting.
Make sure to always read the patient information and instructions before using this medication. Always follow your doctor’s directions.
Tell your doctor and pharmacist:
You should also know:
Common side effects of Transderm Scop include but are not limited to:
Get medical help if you have any of the following side effects of Transderm Scop:
What should I do if my Transderm Scop skin patch falls off?
If your patch falls off, replace it with a new one.
What else is Transderm Scop called?
Transderm Scop is also known as Transderm V internationally. Transderm V is the same brand name medication with a different name internationally and is not a generic alternative medication.