Reglan is used to treat gastrointestinal disorders such as heartburn caused by reflux. The FDA recently required a black box warning linking Reglan and Tardive Dyskinesia. Symptoms of tardive dyskinesia include involuntary and repetitive movements like tongue thrusting, eye blinking and head jerking as well as involuntary movements of the fingers. These symptoms are rarely reversible with no known treatment. Those at increased risk for developing Tardive Dyskinesia are the elderly, especially older women, and people who have taken the drug for a long period of time. The FDA has advised physicians to avoid long term use of Reglan and recommends treatment not exceed three months. Reglan is available in formulations including tablets, syrups and injections. We are investigating claims with a diagnosis of or symptoms of Tardive Dyskinesia.
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