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I first discovered this drug as a treatment for migraines almost 15 years ago. I went to the ER in the early stages of a major migraine. The Dr. told me they were trying this drug as a treatment for migraines. Over time I discovered that the drug worked really well but only if it were used in the early stages of a migraine incident. For me it must be taken with the onset of an aura and early b...

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n/a | 25-34 | Female | On medication for less than 1 month | Patient
9/13/2015
Condition: Nausea and Vomiting
Overall rating 1.0
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This medication was given to me while I was hospitalized for chronic heart failure. I quickly learned that I was allergic to it. Just moments after injecting into my IV, I had the worst panic attack of my life, and felt incredibly alone and confused. I cussed my father out (which I'd never done before) and generally felt panicked and crazy upset. I was so upset I had to get up and pace, but I was tied to my IV pole, which couldn't be moved, so I paced in a small 'U' shape at the head of my bed. Finally a nurse came to check on me to see how I was feeling and noticed the "classic" signs of an allergic reaction to this drug. She gave me something and after about 20mins I started to feel much better. Did I mention that I was 15 years old when this happened? Yeah...not fun. I don't recommend this drug to anyone. I use Zofran. It's my amazing anti nausea drug. I get it through the IV while in hospital, but at home I have tablets that I stick under my tongue.

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Anonymous | 45-54 | Female | On medication for 2 to less than 5 years | Patient
11/11/2013
Condition: Stomach Muscle Paralysis and Decreased Function
Overall rating 3.3
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ROLLO | 65-74 | Male | On medication for 5 to less than 10 years | Patient
1/27/2012
Condition: Hiccups
Overall rating 3.0
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I'M A 65 YR OLD WHO HAS BEEN ON REGLAN SINCE 2004. I NOTICED AFTER EATING, I WOULD GET THE HICCUPS TO THE POINT OF "ACTUALL HURTNG" MY INSDES. REGLAN HAS STOPPED THAT, BUT NOW I HAVE NOTICED WILL CATCH MYSELF READING, OR NOT BEING CAREFUL AND MY TONGUE IS HANGING OUT, IS THIS SOMETHING TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT?

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Anonymous | 45-54 | Male | On medication for 10 years or more | Patient
2/24/2009
Condition: Headache caused by Disorder of Cranial Blood Vessels
Overall rating 4.3
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I first discovered this drug as a treatment for migraines almost 15 years ago. I went to the ER in the early stages of a major migraine. The Dr. told me they were trying this drug as a treatment for migraines. Over time I discovered that the drug worked really well but only if it were used in the early stages of a migraine incident. For me it must be taken with the onset of an aura and early but escalating pain. I have learned to inject myself with 2cc IM with a repeat in 3-4 hours. If I get the shot in time it will totally defeat the migraine. If I miss that window of opportunity I don't bother taking the med. It will not be effective and is a waste of an expensive medication. Since I have chronic migraines I now carry an ampule, syringe and needle with me almost all the time. After many years of searching and trying things I have finally found an answer to my migraines.

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