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Reglan And Compazine
Metoclopramide increases emptying of food from the stomach and decreases symptoms of nausea, vomiting, heartburn, and fullness,. It should ideally be taken 30 minutes before meals. It's use in pregnancy should be reserved for severe conditions where the risks to the baby of not treating exceed the potential ...Read more
What's the problem with taking Compazine together with Reglan (metoclopramide)? If they can't be taken together, how long after taking Compazine can I take Reglan (metoclopramide)?
Severe side effects: Any med has some risk of side effects; when prescribing, we balance benefits against risks. When combining Compazine with Reglan (metoclopramide), (metoclopramide) rare risks of side effects of each are magnified & include confusion, fever, fast heart rate, stiff muscles,& involuntary movements. Recommend asking a pharmacist how long after Compazine it's safe to take Reglan (metoclopramide).Zofran (ondansetron) may be safer choice to ask doc about ...Read more
Im allergic to Compazine, was recently prescribed reglan (metoclopramide) and it gave me the same side affects. Was the dr right in giving me relan?
Probable: You have an idiosyncratic response to these two drugs. The neuromuscular responses may be quite similar but these two drugs do not share similar allergenic or chemical structure. I can't tell you whether it is appropriate for the doctor to prescribe Reglan (metoclopramide) for you not knowing much about your history or previous response to alternate therapy. ...Read more
I have lupus and am now taking tacrolimus but it makes me nauseated; I am allergic to zofran. Ideas? Compazine and reglan (metoclopramide) not strong enough.
Domperidone: "Food and Drug Administration (FDA) stresses that domperidone is not an FDA-approved drug, and that it may not be legally marketed in the US." " FDA's concern about the potential health risks associated with the use of domperidone in lactating women. These risks include cardiac arrhythmias, cardiac arrest, and sudden death." ...Read more
Anti-nausea: No. They are for the same medical condition. ...Read more
Hmmm..: Reglan (metoclopramide) has some bad side effects... Should be avoided if possible... Beefy tongue is usually caused by b-12 deficiency... Regulan does not apply. ...Read more
According to Epocrates my subscription drug app. There is no interaction between these 2 drugs. However
I added your other listed drugs. There are interactions btw Norco and Tylenol; Compazine (prochlorperazine) and Norco. Contact your pharmacist and Doctor to discuss the risks benefits of taking all of these drugs together at once. ...Read more
Sedation and more:
These medications should only be taken together if specifically directed by your physician. The combination will be more sedating and constipating. There are reports of low blood pressure.
Only take these if your physician directed you to do so and follow up with her/him if you have any issues. ...Read more
No problem: The components in nauzene are innocuous.Get a more detailed answer ›
DO NOT USE!!:
Reglan (metoclopramide) has a Black Box Warning from the FDA. This is only used when a drug poses serious side effects. Reglan (metoclopramide)
can cause tardive dyskinesia. The internet and chat rooms
are filled with discussions of supplements or medications to increase breast milk. Most don't work or are outright dangerous. It makes no sense to treat yourself AND YOUR BABY with medication for a non-illness. ...Read more
No: You should be ok taking both together.. Reglan (metoclopramide) and Percocet work via two separate mechanisms. A possible concern is that taking both might cause some constipation or stomach upset, so I'd watch for those symptoms. You should be able to address the constipation with a fiber supplement. ...Read more
Will oral reglan (metoclopramide) be as effective for headache as IV reglan (metoclopramide)? I have to take a small dose when it's a tablet 5mg
Oral or IV reglan (metoclopramide): Your oral dose of Reglan (metoclopramide) is as effective as an IV dose of it. ...Read more
Told my gastroparesis can't be treated due to being allergic to reglan (metoclopramide). My t 1/2 time = 342min . What other options can I ask my dr about?
Lots of options...: Depending on the nature of your gastroparesis (dysmotility versus partial obstruction) treatment options may include: gastric pacemaker insertion, pro-motilin drugs like Erythromycin (yes, the antibiotic), experimental protocol therapies (there are several), and medications that are not fda-approved but available outside the us (like zelnorm, domperidone). Discuss merits of each with your doctor. ...Read more
Thrown up almost every day for a year. In sept I was diagnosed W/ gastroparesis. What else could cause this? Diet changes and meds like Reglan (metoclopramide) no help
I am scheduled for a colonoscopy on monday the 29th and do not have instructioms for the use of the two reglan (metoclopramide) tablets. I have instrucions for everything else I am supposed to take.
Reglan (metoclopramide) is: To help move the prep thru your GI tract without as much nausea or sensation of fullness, ie better toleration of the prep. You need to call the doctors office to get specific instruction from them as to the timeing of the Reglan (metoclopramide) doses. ...Read more
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