Do you suffer from tardive dyskinesia after taking any form of Metoclopramide (Reglan)?
What is Tardive Dyskinesia? Tardive Dyskinesia (TD for short) is a devastating and sometimes lifelong syndrome for those diagnosed. It affects its victims mentally, physically, socially, emotionally, and vocationally. TD is generally a preventable problem. Tardive dyskinesia causes victims to have involuntary, repetitive, purposeless movements. The condition can include involuntary facial expressions such as grimacing, puckering of the lips, lip smacking, tongue protrusion, and rapid eye blinking. Involuntary movements of the extremities may also occur. We believe that certain manufacturers should be held accountable. We believe that certain manufacturers failed to warn select patients and health care professionals adequately about the risks of Metoclopramide (Reglan). We also believe that certain manufacturers placed their profits over hundreds of people who have gone in for routine gastrointestinal disorders and ended up with a potentially life long tardive dyskinesia condition. Let