Talk to your doctor, of course; but the next time you might want to try Scopace pills instead of the Transderm SCOP patches. The patches are far stronger dosage and last 72 hours. The Scopace pills last only about 4 hours and have very minimal, if any, side effects other than 1 hour of drowsiness.
The added benefit of the pills is that you don't take one unless you are experiencing seasickness. Seasickness is quite variable and you might not need medication every single
time you board a boat or make a passage
. With the pills you wait until you are feeling discomfort and then take one. About half-hour later drowsiness sets in; sleep an hour or two; and almost always one wakes up feeling okay.
A number of visitors aboard our boat over the years have tried the pills rather than the patches. Every single
one of them has reported the same experience. Even on a long passage
, one rarely needs to take more than one or two pills.
FWIW, I used the patches for years. At the time it seemed that anything was better than being seasick. In hindsight I am not so certain that the side effects of the patches were really worth it. The last time I used a patch the people with me made me remove it because I started telling them how beautiful the 5 moons were that night instead of the single moon everyone else was looking at.
Hope you are back to normal soon.