Symptoms of Tardive Dyskinesia involve the involuntary movement of the limbs, torso, face, jaw, or fingers
Free Reglan Tardive Dyskinesia Case Evaluation: If you took Reglan before February of 2009 and have developed symptoms similar to those listed below, you should contact our law firm immediately. You may be entitled to compensation by filing a Reglan lawsuit and we can help.
What’s the problem?
Reglan, a medication used to treat heartburn, has been linked to long-term involuntary muscle movement among people of all ages. In 2009, the FDA ordered the producers of Reglan (containing a drug called metoclopramide) to place a black box warning, the strongest warning the FDA can require, on the label of products collectively known as Reglan.
Reglan increases muscle contractions in the upper digestive tract, resulting in the stomach emptying into the intestines at a much faster rate. Although the drug is commonly used as a short-term treatment for heartburn, it is also used to care for slow gastric emptying in people with diabetes.
Tardive Dyskinesia Symptoms
The following is a list of symptoms associated with Tardive Dyskinesia:
- restless muscle movements in the eyes, tongue, jaw, or neck
- rapid breathing and/or eye blinking
- head jerking
- facial grimacing
- puckering and pursing of the lips
- involuntary movements of the fingers
Contact a Reglan Lawyer
Schmidt & Clark, LLP is currently accepting new Reglan Tardive Dyskinesia cases throughout the entire United States. Our Reglan litigation group consists of highly experienced trial lawyers that focus exclusively on the representation of plaintiffs in Reglan-induced Tardive Dyskinesia lawsuits.
To discuss your situation with an experienced Reglan attorney, you should contact our law firm immediately by using the form below. You may be entitled to compensation and we can help.