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This page is referred to frequently asked questions about PreQuimm; if you want more information about the product please contact us via the quick form, that you'll find at the bottom of the page or in the Contact section; and to resolve any doubts about the contents of the medicine visit the section Topics of Interest.

What is PreQuimm?
It is an over-the-counter (OTC) medicine currently patent-pending, trademark and NDC (National Drug Code) assigned by the FDA (U.S. Food and Drug Administration). Is unique and its design combines various elements which are of natural origin, where each of them is applied to the principles of homeopathic dilution; considering the specificity of dilution and weight in milligrams, which are combined and its administration in the form of sublingual tablet is indicated as an auxiliary in the treatment of nausea and vomiting induced by chemotherapy.
Does PreQuimm have adverse effects?
Currently, adverse effects in the organism remain unknown since it is formulated according to homeopathic dilution principles. This method reduces the possibility of any adverse effect in patients taking PreQuimm.
Can PreQuimm be combined in a safe way with Chemotherapy?
Yes, due to its action mechanism it is utilized 2 hours prior chemotherapy. Its pharmacological characteristics allow PreQuimm to work independently since it is not carried by plasma proteins or cellular receptors; thus, there is no damage, blockages, antagonism and competition with chemotherapy’s effectiveness and quality because chemotherapy works pharmacologically through metabolic pathways completely different from PreQuimm.
How do I take PreQuimm?
Dissolve 2 tablets under tongue every 15 minutes for a period of 2 hours before chemotherapy, after chemotherapy dissolve 2 tablets every 15 minutes twice, continue with 2 tablets every 4 hours for 7 to 10 days even if there is no nausea and vomiting in the next days after chemotherapy sessions. Rescue Dose: In the event of crisis of nausea and/or vomiting dissolve 2 tablets under the tongue every 15 minutes until the symptoms disappear for a maximum period of 2 hours, then continue with the previous scheme of 2 tablets every 4 hours.
If I swallow the tablet, would it work the same way as if I dissolve the tablet under the tongue? (Sublingual)
No, when the tablet is dissolved under the tongue (sublingual) it provides a faster absorption which connects immediately with the bloodstream.
Is there any risk of intoxication or any type of poisoning due to overdose when using PreQuimm?
NO, the indicated dosage of PreQuimm is safe and adverse effects are unknown. This allows the increment of the dose since it is possible to take a rescue dose the following days after chemotherapy sessions; consequently, there is a bigger chance to achieve a better quality of life.
Does Prequimm taste nasty or unpleasant (bitter, sour, alcohol, etc)? Could it stimulate nausea or vomiting when taking it?
NO. Its active ingredients are not combined with alcohol, but are lactose based, which neutralizes any other flavor and allows the patient to take it pleasantly.
If a person is lactose intolerant, could he or she take PreQuimm safely without having gastrointestinal discomfort?
There is no evidence that PreQuimm has caused any discomfort to lactose intolerant patients. The lactose base in PreQuimm is an inactive ingredient and the majority of the pill is dissolved under the tongue while the rest (smaller amount) in the esophagus. This means that the possibility for the ingredients to go into the stomach or duodenum is minimal; therefore, there is no evidence of gastrointestinal discomfort.
Can PreQuimm be taken for long periods of time without risk of developing resistance, intolerance, or allergies to its active ingredients?
Yes, it is best to take PreQuimm before every chemotherapy session, as well as during and after; because, there are no adverse effects known so far. This is possible due to the pharmacological method of fabrication.
Is it possible for children to take PreQuimm in a safe way as it is for adults?
Yes, but in a less dose.