Reglan Effects on Children

Reglan and Children

Reglan Side Effects in Children

Nursing mothers have been prescribed Reglan®, also known as metoclopramide, as a galactagogue—an agent that increases milk production. Galactagogue usually occurs after typical breastfeeding problems have been addressed and the mother is still experiencing a low milk supply. Reglan is known to cross the blood-brain barrier, resulting in disturbing side effects such as depression and involuntary body movements.

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Tardive Dyskinesia

Reglan® (metoclopramide), primarily used to treat symptoms of heartburn and nausea, has been linked to a severe neurological disorder known as tardive dyskinesia (pronounced tahr-div dis-ki-nee-zhuh).

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Statute of Limitations

The statute of limitations—that’s the amount of time you have to file a Reglan® lawsuit—differs from state to state. We listed each state’s statute of limitations for easy reference. Click below to learn more.

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Reglan and Children

Nursing mothers have been prescribed Reglan®, also known as metoclopramide, as a galactagogue —an agent that increases milk production. Galactagogue usually occurs after typical breastfeeding.

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