Doxinate helps alleviate the symptoms of morning sickness or NVP. This means a more enjoyable pregnancy and a much better quality of life for moms-to-be.
Doxinate is a combination of an antiemetic and vitamin B6. Since 1986, this combination has been safely prescribed to millions of women.
A single tablet offers 24-hour control over morning sickness symptoms. This helps prevent the condition from progressing to severe NVP.
Doxinate should be taken regularly for optimal results. It’s important to follow the instructions of your doctor, who may personalise the dosage schedule according to your symptoms.
Doxinate is a safe formulation as it does not contain lactose, gluten, sulfite, or tartrazine.


  • Doxinate is a delayed-release formulation that works optimally 4-6 hours after taking the medication. It should be taken on a daily basis for optimal results.

  • Take Doxinate as prescribed by your doctor. Your prescription may be personalised according to the severity and frequency of your symptoms.

  • Do not stop taking Doxinate unless advised by your doctor. Your dosage should be gradually reduced to prevent morning sickness symptoms from returning abruptly.

  • Doxinate tablets have a special coating for delayed-release action. Therefore, they should not be crushed or split.

  • Your Doxinate prescription is specifically for your symptoms and concerns. Avoid giving the medication to others, even if they show similar symptoms. Do not use it for any condition other than the one for which it was prescribed.

  • Doxinate may cause drowsiness. Do not drive or operate machinery before monitoring your reaction to the medication.


The dosing strategy for 24 hour control of symptoms of nausea and vomiting of pregnancy (NVP) is as follows
Tablets At Bedtime To Control NVP Occuring In Morning
Tablet In The Morning To Control Mid Day NVP
Tablet Mid Afternoon To Control Mid Day NVP
This dosage schedule is to be used as a guide only. Always follow your doctor’s instructions as given on your prescription.

Missed Dose

  • If you miss a dose of Doxinate, take it as soon as you remember.

  • If it’s almost time for your next dose, skip the missed dose and continue with your regular schedule.

  • Do not double-dose unless prescribed by your doctor.

Accidental Overdose

  • Signs and symptoms of an overdose include restlessness, dryness of mouth, dilated pupils, sleepiness, dizziness, mental confusion, and rapid heartbeat.

  • If you suspect an accidental overdose, seek medical attention immediately. Do not wait for any signs or symptoms of an overdose to show.