Reglan - WE ARE NO LONGER ACCEPTING REGLAN CASES
Many people all across the country and right here in Tennessee have suffered from nausea and sickness due to certain stomach and intestinal conditions and many of us at least at one time in our lives have dealt with a severe migraine headache. There are many medications out there to help treat both of these conditions; however, many people may go through many medicines before finding one that actually works. Reglan was given to people who suffered with these conditions and had tried other medicines and did not have much success with them. However, In February of 2009, the Federal Drug Administration insisted that the producer of Reglan put a “Black Box” warning on it because the medication could raise the risk of developing Tardive dyskinesia a uncommon neurological condition which is brought on by prolonged usage of neuroleptic medicines such as Reglan. This condition involves uncontrolled and recurring movement of the body.
If you or someone you care about has suffered from and or been diagnosed with Tardive dyskinesia or other side effects after taking Reglan, it is strongly recommended that you contact a Tennessee defective product and dangerous drug lawyer as soon as you can. They will listen to your case and make sure you get the treatment and compensation you deserve.What else should I know about Tardive Dyskinesia?
People with Tardive Dyskinesia have slowed unusual movement of their body parts and often thought to have Parkinson’s disease when it really may be Tardive Dyskinesia. This severe condition is most likely one that cannot be reversed in most cases and permanent. If you have experienced any of these side effects after taking Reglan, it is best to consult with a medical professional:
- Contorting of the face
- Sticking out of the tongue
- Uncontrolled movement of the lips or mouth
- Quick eye movements
- Quick movement of the arms, legs, or upper body
If you or someone you know has Tardive Dyskinesia or has suffered from similar side effects after taking Reglan, you should first contact a medical professional. Then it is encouraged that you speak with one of our compassionate and knowledgeable Tennessee defective product and dangerous drug attorneys at the Higgins Firm. We care about your case and will work to make sure you get the care and compensation you are entitled to for what you have had to go through.
Feel free to contact us online or call us at 800.705.2121 to set up a FREE consultation to discuss your case and your legal options.