Tardive dyskinesia

Reglan and Tardive Dyskinesia

What Is Reglan Supposed To Do?

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), or TD. The condition can result from taking Reglan for even a relatively short period of time in high doses.

About Metoclopramide and Tardive Dyskinesia

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Tardive dyskinesia is a devastating condition that dramatically affects the lives of everyone around you. If you or someone you care about took Reglan® and suffered from tardive dyskinesia, contact us today. We will immediately review your medical records and discuss your options with you. We have both the experience and the resources to help you during this difficult time. Contact us today and learn what we can do for you. We want to help.

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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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