Reglan

Active Ingredient(s): Metoclopramide
FDA Approved: * February 7, 1979
Pharm Company: * BAXTER HLTHCARE CORP
Category: Nausea & Vomiting

* This drug may consist of multiple approval dates, manufacturers, or distributors. If applicable, they would be listed below under "NDC Database Records".



Reglan Overview

Metoclopramide is a medication used mostly for stomach and esophageal problems as it is a prokinetic agent.[2] It is commonly used to treat and prevent nausea and vomiting, to help with emptying of the stomach in people with delayed stomach emptying (gastroparesis), gastroenteritis and to help with gastroesophageal reflux disease.[3] It is also used to treat migraine headaches.[4] Common side effects include: feeling tired, diarrhea, and feeling...

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Details May Include Instructions, Side Effects, Interactions, Etc. Drug monograph is from Wikipedia. All text is available under the terms of the GFDL (GNU Free Documentation License). Source: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Metoclopramide

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Itopride (Ganaton): Coping with Nervous System Side-Effects

After a year of severe nausea, bloating and GI discomfort, I was diagnosed with Gastroparesis (delayed stomach emptying.) My GE wanted to put me on Metaclopromide (Reglan), but I deferred because of the warnings of tardive dyskinesia and other nervous system problems. I did my research and found that Itopride was just as effective for motility without the nervous system or heart-rhythm problems found in Reglan and Domperidone, and I got him to prescribe it after signing a form acknowledging it was not approved in the USA by the FDA. I procured it from Asia through a Canadian pharmacy. I want to take it consistently for at least 3-4 weeks to see if it stimulates my gastric motility, but I'm experiencing some psychotropic side-effects that are hard to tolerate. Specifically, when it ...

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REGLAN ISSUES

MY WIFE IS 35AND HAS BEEN ON REGLAN FOR 3 YRS. THEY TOOK HER OFF ANROUND CHRISTMAS. 5 DAYS LATER SHE WAS IN A MASSIVE PANIC ATTACK MODE AND BEGGING ME TO KILL HER OR SHE WAS GOING TO KILL HER SELF. TOOK TO ER 3 TIMES IN TWO DAYS. THEY GAVE HER A DOSE OF REGLAN AND PUT HER BACK ON IT. THEN HAD HER CUT IT DOWN HER DOSE OVER THE NEXT FEW MONTHS. SHE HAD TO BE PUT ON ZANAX TO CONTROL HER ANXIETY AND 2 WEEKS LATER THEY PUT HER ON ZOLFT ALSO. THE PHYC. AND THERP. SAY SHE NEEDS TO GO TO PHYC. WARD. TO GET HER MORE STONGER MEDS. BUT FROM THE READINGS ABOUT REGLAN. IT LOOKS LIKE TARDIVE DYSKINESIA. KAISER WILL NOT LISEN TO ME AND KEEPS PUTTING HER ON MORE PILLS. NOW THE ARE WANTING HER TO TAKE BUSPAR. ALONG WITH ALL HER OTHER PILLS. ## Hello, James! How are you and your wife? I'ms sorry abou...

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reglan and mania

Hx. of Bipolar Disorder. Prescribed Reglan for Gastroparesis. Manic state after day 2 of med. Quit taking med. Decreasing Mania. Take Lithium for Bipolar Disorder. ## Yes, it has been known to cause mania and depression in people that suffer from prior psychiatric disorders. Usually, this can be avoided by stopping it and slowly titrating the dose upwards, so you may to consult with your prescriber about trying that. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Tardive Dyskinesia

I have recently been diagnosed with a severe case of Tardive Diskinesia...this is a completely diabilitating condition that overtakes your life and has no known cure at this time...I'm 62y/o, married with 2 older children...the effects of this horrid disease have been mentally, physically and emotionally devestating...the sad fact is that this was absolutely preventable...the cause was the failure of drug companies to notify the physicans of the risks that went along with the usage...these drug include: Reglan, Metraclopine, Seroque, Ambilify and other anti-depressants...this disease has been dormant in my system for a very long time as I have been taking anti-depressants for 15-20 years...the message that I'm trying to convey is to research the medications that you are using an...

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upper abdominal discomfort

I have perfect LFT.But I have too much upper abdomen discomfort after every meal.I have been prescribed udiliv300 once a day and reglan once a day.I am also diabetic and take glyciphage 500 sr one morning and one night,and asomex 1.25 once a day .Bp is 130/80.a1c is 6%.I have a uti and am having zifi 200 twice a day.Is udiliv and reglan correct for upper abdominal discomfort?

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dont TAKE REGLAN AT ALL

I Took Reglan many many years, i was having problems with jaw legs teeth chattering etc didnt know why..Well now i know you are not suppose to take it over three weeks i would say at a time...well try 20 years...I WOULD not ever give this to a child or take when i was pregnant...ITS BEEN BLACKBOXED in 2009 by the FDA. Now i have bad TD and at times i cant use my hands plus i truly believe its the cause of alot of my stomach locking up on me. Just my opinion

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Metoclopram Tab 10mg

I received a refill for my Reglan, and I am in the process of filling med set. The pills they sent me are called Metoclopram 10mg and are both white and round, but 1 of the pills has( BL on one side and the number 92 on the other side. These are the small ones appx. 1/8 inch diameter. The other pills mixed with them are at least 1/4 inch in diameter white, round, and on one side say BL and on the other side have the number 93. My actual prescription is for Reglan 10 mg. My question is are both sizes of the pills in my bottle equal to 10 mg of Reglan in Generic? Bottle says METOCLOPRAM 10MG, gENERIC FOR REGLAN NDC:00093-2203-01 MFG. TEVA. The pharmacy gave me the runaround so I wanted to ask some with the knowledge of pills. Thank You very much. ## The tablets with the BL 93 marking cont...

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Gen Reglan N022

I HAVE A PILL THAT HAS GEN REGLAN NO22 IS THIS THE RIGHT PILL IT IS GREEN IN COLOUR AND IS OVAL ## 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: Is there anything else I can help with?

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Reglan Vs Metroclopram

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

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does raglan help breast milk prodution come/quanit

a friend told me it would help my milk come more than it is ## I'm taking this right now and it is 20mg per day to help my breastfeeding and it is working very well and i also don't have any side affects that i notice from taking it. ## YIPES!! Some of the Side Effects of Reglan can be LIFELONG facial tics, twiches, uncontrolled mouth movements and other very problematic socially embarrassing body movements. Even if it does help your milk come in better, taking reglan for this purpose would NOT be worth the risk. And you could expose your baby to this drug with unknown effects. Reglan DOES have a black box warning for these devastating Side Effects called Tardive Dyskinesia. Don't risk these horrible and lifelong side effects. ## THank you Kerri for that info. I was consider...

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Possible Dosages for this and Related Drugs:

Metoclopramide
  • Injection: 10mg/ml, 5mg/ml
  • Solution: 10mg/10ml, 10mg/ml, 5mg/5ml
  • Syrup: 5mg/5ml
  • Tablet: 10mg, 5mg
  • Tablet, Orally Disintegrating: 10mg, 5mg
Note: Above list includes dosages for all drugs with the same combination of active ingredients.

NDC Database Records for Reglan: (7 results)

Sorted by National Drug Code
  • 0091-6701 Reglan 10 mg Oral Tablet by Ucb, Inc.
  • 0091-6705 Reglan 5 mg Oral Tablet by Ucb, Inc.
  • 16590-906 Reglan 10 mg Oral Tablet by Stat Rx USA LLC
  • 52584-451 Reglan 5 mg/ml Intramuscular; Intravenous Injection, Solution by General Injectables & Vaccines, Inc
  • 60977-451 Reglan 5 mg/ml Intramuscular; Intravenous Injection, Solution by Baxter Healthcare Corporation
  • 62559-165 Reglan 5 mg Oral Tablet by Anip Acquisition Company
  • 62559-166 Reglan 10 mg Oral Tablet by Anip Acquisition Company

Other drugs which contain Metoclopramide or a similar ingredient: (7 results)

Related Reglan Topics:

REGLAN ISSUES
MY WIFE IS 35AND HAS BEEN ON REGLAN FOR 3 YRS. THEY TOOK HER OFF ANROUND CHRISTMAS. 5 DAYS LATER SHE WAS IN A MASSIVE PA... 1 reply
reglan and mania
Hx. of Bipolar Disorder. Prescribed Reglan for Gastroparesis. Manic state after day 2 of med. Quit taking med. Decreasin... 1 reply
Reglan Vs Metroclopram
Got switched from brand Reglan to Generic Metroclopram now it won't work. What can I do? ## There really is no diffe... 1 reply
reglan 5 mg generic?
White Oval Pill-Imprint of V on one side-On the other side is the imprint 4234. ## The pill which you are describing is ... 1 reply
Gen Reglan N022
I HAVE A PILL THAT HAS GEN REGLAN NO22 IS THIS THE RIGHT PILL IT IS GREEN IN COLOUR AND IS OVAL ## Reglan contains the a... 1 reply
dont TAKE REGLAN AT ALL
I Took Reglan many many years, i was having problems with jaw legs teeth chattering etc didnt know why..Well now i know ...
reglan use and an occasional cocktail
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