Gen Reglan N022

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I HAVE A PILL THAT HAS GEN REGLAN NO22 IS THIS THE RIGHT PILL IT IS GREEN IN COLOUR AND IS OVAL



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Verwon Says:

Reglan contains the active ingredient Metoclopramide and it is most commonly used to treat gastric reflux.

And yes, there is a generic tablet for that has the marking N 022.

Learn more:


https:/­/­www.medschat.com/­wiki/­Metoclopramide/­

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