Category: Diseases

Reglan Side Effects

Reglan Side Effects and Withdrawal Symptoms Reglan Side Effects: an Overview Reglan (one of the trade names for a drug called metoclopramide) is classified as a dopamine antagonist. In order to understand how the side effects of this drug work,...

Treatments for Tardive Dyskinesia

Medical researchers are attempting several methods to treat Tardive Dyskinesia Tardive Dyskinesia Treatment Overview Currently, there is no cure for Tardive Dyskinesia. Several treatments for the management of the disorder are listed below. Unfortunately, the drug has been found to...

Reglan & Tardive Dyskinesia

Studies since the mid-1980’s have shown a correlation between Tardive Dyskinesia and the use of Reglan Reglan & Tardive Dyskinesia: an Overview Tardive Dyskinesia (TD) includes voluntary spasms and movements such as grimacing, tongue protrusion, rapid eye blinking, and rapid...

Reglan Tardive Dyskinesia Lawsuits

What’s the problem? Reglan (also known by the generic name metoclopramide) is prescribed to treat gastrointestinal disorders (GERD), acid reflux, nausea, and also used to increase milk production in nursing mothers. It is also used to treat slow gastric emptying...

Esophageal Stenosis Lawsuit

Esophageal Stenosis Lawsuit

Were you prescribed antidepressants during pregnancy? Was your child born with esophageal stenosis or other life-threatening birth defect? If so, you may have a lawsuit. Get a free case evaluation from an experienced defective drug attorney today. What is Esophageal...

Gastroschisis Lawsuit

Gastroschisis Lawsuit

Did you know? Some babies born with a life-threatening congenital birth defect known as gastroschisis had mothers who took antidepressant drugs while pregnant. If your child was born with gastroschisis or any other birth defect, contact us today - we...

Omphalocele Lawsuit

Omphalocele Lawsuit

Warning: Several antidepressants have been linked to a congenital birth defect known as omphalocele. Information has been emerging that certain types of these drugs may cause catastrophic heart, lung, and neural-tube defects. What is Omphalocele? An omphalocele is a malformation...

Craniosynostosis Lawsuit

Craniosynostosis Lawsuit

Craniosynostosis is a severe birth defect that has been linked to the use of certain prescription medications during pregnancy. Free Confidential Lawsuit Evaluation: If your child or other loved one was born with craniosynostosis, you should contact our law firm...

Pulmonary Stenosis Lawsuit

Pulmonary Stenosis Lawsuit

A number of popular prescription medications have been linked to a severe heart defect called pulmonary stenosis, which occurs when a deformity on or near the pulmonary valve slows the flow of blood. Free Confidential Lawsuit Evaluation: If your child...

Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension of the Newborn Lawsuit

Persistent Pulmonary Hypertension of the Newborn (PPHN) Lawsuit

ATTENTION MOTHERS: PPHN MAY BE CAUSED AS A SIDE EFFECT OF ANTIDEPRESSANTS TAKEN DURING PREGNANCY INCLUDING PAXIL, LEXAPRO, & ZOLOFT. PPHN Update 1/13/12: According to the results of a new study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ), women who...