Generic name: Ergoloid mesylates.
Other brand names: Gerimal, Hydergine-LC.
Hydergine is a vasodilator. It dilates the blood vessels, thereby increasing blood flow to the brain.
Quick Facts About Hydergine
Used to treat symptoms of age-related declining mental capacity.
Take exactly as prescribed. Dissolve sublingual tablets under the tongue; do not crush or chew. May take weeks to regulate dosage and observe results; should continue taking.
- Usual adult dose: 1 milligram taken 3 times per day.
- Usual child dose: not generally prescribed for children.
- Missed dose: skip missed dose; go back to regular schedule. Do not double doses.
Hydergine Side Effects
no specific information available. If you suspect an overdose, immediately seek medical attention.
Side effects: irritation below the tongue (if taking sublingual tablets), stomach upset, temporary nausea.
No known less common or rare Hydergine side effects.
No Hydergine drug interactions reported.
No known food/other substance interactions.
Not used by women of childbearing age.
No special precautions apply to seniors.
Not generally prescribed for children.
- Do not use if allergic to or sensitive to this medication, or if you have a mental disorder.
- Doctor should do a thorough analysis before prescribing Hydergine and then closely monitor for any changes.
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