If you have suffered from asthma, Parkinson disease, kidney or liver or heart disease, high blood pressure, pheochromocytoma, seizure or breast cancer make sure you tell your doctor before taking this drug. To also avoid Reglan withdrawal side effect do not just stop taking it, talk to your health provider before taking it. Reglan interacts with some drugs so it is advisable to tell your doctor about every prescription, recreational, illegal, dietary or nutritional, or herbal drugs you are taking. Examples of drugs that interact can interact with Reglan or should be reported to the doctor are: Aspirin, Insulin, Tetracycline, Sedatives, Digoxin, Antihistamines and many more.
Vomiting, nausea, diarrhea
Drowsiness, dizziness, restlessness
Swelling or breast tenderness
Decreased sexual ability
Missed menstrual periods
There are also some Reglan side effects that are more serious than others, they are:
Swallowing or difficulty breathing
Sudden weight gain
Swelling of the lips, throat, face, hands, eyes, arms
If you experience any of the listed Reglan side effects stop taking the drug and contact your doctor immediately.
Reglan is available in for of a dissolving tablet, an oral one and a liquid taken orally. Adhere strictly to your doctor’s prescription while taking Reglan. Do not take more or lesser than was prescribed by your doctor neither should you take it for periods longer than your doctor prescribes. If you want to take a disintegrating tablet ensure your hand is very dry before removing the tablets. If the tablet crumbles or breaks throw it out and bring out a new tablet. Take Reglan 30 minutes before you begin to eat. For the liquid medicine measure it with the special dose cup or spoon.
The normal Reglan dosage for the treatment of GERD symptoms is about 10 to 15 milligram taken 4 times every day. While the typical Reglan dosage for treating gastroparesis is 10 mg taken 4 times everyday
In a situation where an overdose of Reglan occurs seek immediate medical help. If you happen to miss a dose of Reglan take the missed dose immediately you remember. Skip the missed dose if it is almost the time to take your next scheduled dose.