Reglan Vs Metroclopram

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Victor Vachon Says:


Got switched from brand Reglan to Generic Metroclopram
now it won't work. What can I do?



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David Says:

There really is no difference between the brand and generic medications, other than the inactive ingredients and fillers that can determine how efficiently your body absorbs the drug. Apparently your body doesn't agree with the fillers in the generic version.

I would suggest contacting your doctor who prescribed it; and improvise how the generic isn't working for you as well as the brand name; and that it could be due to the differences in inactive ingredients. Just being honest and open with your doctor should be enough to request a change.

In the meantime however, depending on the reasons for your use of Metoclopramide; I think supplementing with powerful herbs such as Basil and Oregano Therapeutic grade Essential Oils, would be otherwise helpful alternatives; (Judging from the indications of Metoclopramide).

I hope this info helps!

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