Reglan

What is Reglan?

It is Metoclopramide, which is an antiemetic (useful in treating vomiting) and gastroprokinetic agent. It belongs to a group of medicines called dopaminergic blockers. It is commonly used to treat nausea and vomiting, to facilitate gastric emptying in people with gastroparesis, and as a treatment for the gastric stasis often associated with migraine headaches.

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hi! my bp is 120/88.i am 37 yrs.i am also suffering from unreal thoughts which makes me depressed doctors prescibed me fludac 20mg.sometimes i do...

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Although you didn't specify your thoughts but fludac is a good antidepressant and very effective for obsessive...

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I have been taking Reglan for about 10 years for stomach issues. In the last several months I have noticed that
my right hand and arm shake, and my...

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Parkinsonism is a known side-effect of Reglan. The good news is that it causes reversible type of Parkinsonism. Thus I will advise that you ask...

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I am a 53 year old male who has just been prescribed Reglan for some gastric problem. I started taking it 4 days ago. Yesterday I noticed that my...

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Your problem of sensitive teeth may not be because of reglan. But the sensitivity may be due to gastric problems. Try changing the medicine. Take...

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