Reglan is the trade name for Metoclopramide, prescribed for the short-term treatment of stomach and intestine ailments, such as persistent heartburn. It has also been recommended for diabetics who suffer from gastroparesis, a condition where the stomach and intestine muscles don’t properly contract, causing undigested food to stay in the stomach.
The use of Reglan has been tied to a wide range of side effects, such as drowsiness, dizziness, headaches and diarrhea. Users have reported difficulty sleeping, as well as anxiety, confusion and depression. Other potential health problems include muscle spasms and Parkinsons-like shaking or difficulty of movement, as well as decreased sexual ability. The drug has also been reported to cause abnormal breast milk production, enlarged or tender breasts, and menstrual changes in women.
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