Scopoderm patches work by damping down the confusion in the brain that occurs when motion tells the brain one thing and vision tells it another.
Promethazine and Hyoscine are the two widely used active ingredients to treat travel (motion) sickness. All our medicine is dispatched in discreet packaging from a UK NHS Pharmacy.
Complete a short consultation before selecting your medication. All our consultations are approved by a UK Medical Doctor.
Summary of available medications
|Scopoderm TTS Patches hyoscine 1.5mg/72hrs||2 to 10 patches (3 days each)||From £9.00|
|Scopoderm Patches hyoscine 1.5mg/72hrs||2 patches (3 days each)||£9.00|
|Scopoderm Patches hyoscine 1.5mg/72hrs||4 patches (3 days each)||£16.00|
|Scopoderm Patches hyoscine 1.5mg/72hrs||10 patches (3 days each)||£32.00|
Scopoderm patches contain the active ingredient hyoscine hydrobromide which prevents feelings of nausea by stopping conflicting messages in the brain which can occur during travel.
It is recommended to apply a patch to the skin behind one ear approximately 6 hours before travelling.
If the patch falls off, replace it with a new one behind the other ear.
Scopoderm patches will effectively prevent travel sickness for up to 3 days. If it is required for longer, the patch can be replaced with a new one behind the other ear after 3 days.
Refer to the Scopoderm patient information leaflet for a complete list of cautions and side effects.
Side effects associated with the use of Scopoderm patches include; tiredness, dizziness, a dry mouth, blurred vision and itching of the skin where the patch was applied.
It is rare for side effects to continue longer than 24 hours after the patch has been removed.