Composition :

Each film coated GALFLUX® contains Domperidone 10 mg


Pharmacology :

Domperidone is an dopamine antagonist dopamine that has antiemetic action.

  • The antiemetic effect can be caused by a combination of peripheral effects (gastrokinetics) with antagonists to dopamine receptors in the trigger zone chemoreceptors located outside the cerebral blood vessels in the postrema area.
  • Oral administration Domperidone increases the duration of antral and duodenal contractions, increases emptying of the stomach in liquid and semi-solid form in healthy people, and solid forms in patients with late emptying and increases pressure on the lower esophageal sphincter in healthy people.


Indication :


  • For acute nausea vomiting. It is not recommended for routine prevention of vomiting after surgery.
  • For nausea and vomiting caused by administration of levodopa and bromocriptine for more than 12 weeks.
  • For the treatment of functional dyspepsia symptom. It is not recommended for long-term administration.


It is not recommended, except for nausea vomiting on cancer chemotherapy and radiotherapy.


Dosage :

Functional Dyspepsia

  • Adult and elderly: 10-20 mg, 3 times daily and 10-20 mg once before bedtime depends on clinical response. Treatment should not exceed 12 weeks.
  • Children: it is not recommended.

Nausea and vomiting (including those caused by levodopa and bromocriptine):

  • Adult (including elderly): 10-20 mg, with intervals of 4-8 hours.

Drugs are taken 15-30 minutes before meals and before bedtime.


Presentation and Registration Number :

GALFLUX® Box, 2 blisters @ 10 film coated tablets; DKL9408001417A1



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