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Take Reglan Metoclopramide
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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
Reglan/tigan: In general there shouldn't be a problem with this combination in the short term. ...Read more
Gastroparesis flaring can't take Reglan (metoclopramide) BC sideeffects Waiting for apt w/newGI now I cant keep anything down even broth what can I do to stopvomitting?
What to do if I have been filling full for a month now.. take reglan (metoclopramide) 3times a d 5mg and nexium. can someone recommend something for the fullness feeling?
My doctor wants me to take Reglan (metoclopramide) for nausea and the warnings scare me bad! Is there another drug that I can take other than that one? I wont take it
Can u take reglan (metoclopramide) n Depakote 2gether? Not on reg basis, i just have the flu, gotta keep down my pain meds or will hsve 2 go 2 er!
Might back fire: Reglan (metoclopramide) is a prokinetic, meaning it makes the gut move faster. It can make it move faster one way or the other . So if you are having vomiting or diarrhea, it could make it worse. Reglan (metoclopramide) is used in folks whose GI tracts do not move well, ie delayed gastric emptying. If you have been prescribed this, then talk to you doctor. Don't every use something prescribed for someone else. Try probiotics. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My father is diabetic but as of now controlled.He has been having frequent hiccups since 2 days.Can he take thorazine & reglan (metoclopramide). If yes what dose.Help.
Talk to doctor: This may be helpful for hiccups due to an irritated diaphragm, and won't pose a problem with his diabetes, but this should be discussed with and prescribed by your doctor. In rare cases, hiccups could be due to other issues as well, such as infection, hyperventilation, inflammation, etc. It is best for you to have him see the doctor to ensure it's not from some other cause. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
I have gastroparesis which the pacer has been ineffective, so since april i take 80mg of reglan (metoclopramide) a day, could this cause intense nerve pain in my legs?
I have bad GERD n take Pepcid 20mg and reglan (metoclopramide) 5mg. The Pepcid doesn't work what else can I take for my bad acid?
Bad gerd: You may need to try different medications, e.g. Proton pump inhibitors like over the counter omeprazole, which may work a lot better. Also try not to eat after 7pm, avoid alcohol, do not smoke as this irritates stomach, try to place 6 inch blocks under head of bed posts so your upper body is on a slant so fluid from your stomach can not easily get into your throat. Evening meal should be small. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
7yrs ago I took Reglan (metoclopramide) for 2yrs without any bad side effects. If I take it again, am I still at risk for side effects?
My daughter is being treated for gastroperisis with Reglan (metoclopramide). It has been about 4 days with minimal change. How long does Reglan (metoclopramide) usually take?
Reglan (metoclopramide): oral Reglan (metoclopramide) is sometimes useful in the treatment of gastroparesis. Although individual doses begin working immediately, it may take weeks to see the effect in someone who has chronic gastroparesis. If there is no effect, the dosage may need to be adjusted. It is important to watch for side effects while on the medication, in addition. If she is seeing no relief, talk to your doctor. Good luck. ...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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My doctor prescribed me reglan (metoclopramide) 5mg to take 30 minutes before meals and at bedtime. How many hours apart from supper to bedtime do I need to wait?
Reconsider this Rx: Metaclopramide (reglan) is a pro-motility agent to improve esophageal and stomach emptying. However, please read the side effect profile of this medication--it may make you reconsider using it casually, especially if to be taken over a long period of time, and at 4 times daily. What is your indication for the drug? ...Read more
Diagnosed with mild gastropatesisgiven reglan (metoclopramide) but due to its side effects too scared to take doc gave me prescription for domperidone is this safer?
Meds: Both medications are dopamine blockers, so they are similar in pharmacological action. The most concerning side effect from both is extra pyramidal symptoms (most common is a lock jaw like syndrome). In Reglan (metoclopramide) this can happen up to 10 percent esp in people under 30. Comparisons has a 2 percent risk of this. ...Read more
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