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Formulation : Motion Sickness Patch
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Transderm Scop
Dosage: 1.5mg
Quantity: 6
Price: $67.90
Transderm Scop
Dosage: 1.5mg
Quantity: 10
Price: $103.95


Transderm Scop is a skin patch medication used to prevent nausea and vomiting related to motion sickness or anesthesia from surgery.

Scopolamine is a belladonna alkaloid and anticholinergic medication that affects your central nervous system. The drug inhibits your production of sweat and saliva, decreases stomach upset, and causes drowsiness while inhibiting your motor function. These actions allow Transderm Scop to relieve and prevent nausea as well as vomiting.

Dosage and Administration

The administration regimen of Transderm Scop that is prescribed will vary depending on the individual being treated. Follow all your healthcare provider’s instructions and read packaging labels carefully to ensure the best therapeutic response during treatment. Do not change your dose without first speaking with your healthcare provider.

  • Apply to a hair-free area of skin behind one of your ears
  • Only apply one skin patch at a time
  • Skin patches should be worn for at least 4 hours and no more than 3 days
  • Avoid administering Transderm Scop patches to any broken skin or skin that is tender
  • Remove patch from packaging without touching the adhesive side
  • After removing your skin patch, fold it with sticky sides together, and dispose out of reach of children and pets
  • Wash your hands thoroughly after touching a Transderm Scop skin patch
  • Keep skin patches in their original packaging until ready to use
  • Store at room temperature away from children and pets

To treat motion sickness:

  • Apply a Transderm Scop skin patch at least 4 hours before you expect to feel nauseous
  • Skin patches can be worn for up to 3 days
  • If treatment is required beyond 3 days, remove your first patch and apply a new one behind your other ear

To prevent nausea and vomiting after surgical anesthesia:

  • Apply one skin patch behind your ear the night before your scheduled surgery
  • 24 hours after receiving your surgery, remove your Transderm Scop patch

Side Effects

Transderm Scop may cause some side effects to occur while helping prevent nausea and vomiting by affecting your central nervous system. Consult your healthcare provider to learn more about any symptoms you may have.

Common Transderm Scop side effects:

  • Dry mouth, sore throat
  • Eye problems like blurred vision
  • Drowsiness, dizziness
  • Confusion
  • Feeling irritable or agitated

Serious Side Effects

Some more serious adverse reactions may develop during treatment with Transderm Scop. Stop using this anti-nausea medication and contact your healthcare provider if you notice any of the following side effects:

  • Severe dizziness
  • Confusion, agitation, fear, hallucinations
  • Unusual thoughts or behaviour
  • Seizures
  • Eye pain or redness, blurred vision, dilated pupils
  • Urinating less, painful or difficult urination
  • Stomach pain, nausea, vomiting

Older patients using Transderm Scop may be more likely to develop serious side effects.

Allergic Reactions

Do not use Transderm Scop skin patches if you are allergic to scopolamine, any of the patch’s components, or any similar medications such as methscopolamine, hyoscyamine, or atropine. If you develop an allergic reaction, stop using this medication and call your healthcare provider.

Transderm Scop allergy symptoms may include:

  • Hives, rash
  • Skin redness
  • Difficulty breathing
  • Swelling of face, lips, tongue, or throat


Do not use Transderm Scop if you have narrow-angle glaucoma.

To ensure your safety when using Transderm Scop, tell your healthcare provider if you have ever had any of the following:

  • Glaucoma
  • Liver or kidney disease
  • Seizures
  • Mental illness or psychosis
  • Issues with urinating
  • Blockage in your stomach or intestines

Tell your healthcare provider if you are pregnant or breastfeeding before starting to use Transderm Scop skin patches.

Be careful when driving or performing any tasks that require alertness, especially until you know how this medication will affect you. Transderm Scop can impair your thinking and reactions while making you droswy, confused, or disoriented.

Avoid drinking alcohol while using Transderm Scop because it can cause an increase in adverse effects.

Do not touch your eyes immediately after applying or removing a Transderm Scop skin patch. The medication in the patches can cause your pupils to dilate and can blur your vision. Wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water after handling this medication.

Transderm Scop may make it harder for your body to absorb certain oral medications. Contact your healthcare provider if you notice that any of your medications are not working as well.

Ask your healthcare provider before using any opioid medication, sleeping pills, muscle relaxants, or medicines for anxiety or seizures while using Transderm Scop. These drugs cause you to become drowsy and can make this effect worse when used alongside this skin patch.

Some drugs can interact with Transderm Scop and could cause adverse reactions. Tell your healthcare provider about all the medications you take, but especially any of the following:

  • Medicine to treat depression, anxiety, mood disorders, or mental illness
  • Cold or allergy medications
  • Antiparkinsonian medicines
  • Medications to treat stomach issues or irritable bowel syndrome
  • Other motion sickness medications
  • Bronchodilator medication used to treat asthma
  • Medicine for overactive bladders

Transderm Scop is not an approved treatment for anyone under the age of 18.

Form and Strength

This anti-nausea and vomiting medication is available in the form of a skin patch.

Transderm Scop skin patch strength:

  • 1.5mg

The 1.5mg strength Transderm Scop skin patches are available in quantities of 6 and 10.


How long does it take for Transderm Scop to wear off?

Transderm Scop anti-nausea and vomiting effects can last up to 3 days, especially if you keep wearing the patch for 3 days. If you require further motion sickness prevention after 3 days, remove your skin patch and apply another one to your other ear. Follow all instructions offered by your healthcare provider to receive the best therapeutic results.

Why can’t you touch a Transderm Scop patch?

You can touch the patches to apply and remove Transderm Scop, but it is important to not touch the adhesive side to ensure it stays in place once applied and to wash your hands after handling the skin patches. The medication stored in the patches is potent and if you accidentally touch your eye after handling them could cause vision issues including dilated pupils and blurred vision.



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6, 10


Motion Sickness Patch