Meniere's disease
Adult: Initially, 16 mg tid. Maintenance: 24-48 mg daily.
Phaeochromocytoma. Porphyria.
Warnings / Precautions
Active peptic ulcer, bronchial asthma, pregnancy and lactation.
Adverse Reactions
Rash, pruritus, urticaria, dyspepsia, nausea, peptic ulcer disease, headache, dizziness, insomnia.
Drug Interactions
May antagonise antihistamines. May decrease bronchodilator effects of β-2 agonists.
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Mechanism of Actions
Betahistine improves the microcirculation in the labyrinth which reduces endolymphatic pressure.
Absorption: Rapid and complete.
Metabolism: Hepatic.
Excretion: Urine (as inactive metabolites); 3.4 hr (elimination half-life).
Should be taken with food.
Storage Conditions
Oral: Store below 25°C.
ATC Classification
N07CA01 - betahistine ; Belongs to the class of antivertigo preparations.
Oral: Store below 25°C.
Available As
  • Betahistine 12 mg
  • Betahistine 16 mg
  • Betahistine 24 mg
  • Betahistine 48 mg
  • Betahistine 6 mg
  • Betahistine 8 mg
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