Commonly Used Nausea Medications Could Increase the Risk of Stroke

A study has found that medications known as antidopaminergic antiemetics that are commonly used for relieving vomiting and nausea related to post-surgery, migraine and radiotherapy or chemotherapy, are linked to a higher risk of ischemic stroke.

The results reveal that all 3 antidopaminergic

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