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Daily Pain Sucks
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Date Joined Jun 2013
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   Posted 6/29/2013 5:34 PM (GMT -6)   
I ended up going back to the er last night because I couldnt take the pain. they gave me reglan and benegryl in an iv drip with fluids. the doc called the reglan a migraine cocktail. now...heres my issue. within 3 minutes of it being injected, my whole body ached, causing my head to hurt even worse (which when Iwent in i didnt think possible) but I just didnt feel right. I began moaning and half screaming into the pillow. I got so cold and my sister who came with me told me my fingers were turning blue. I pushed the call button and told them I didnt feel right. nurse comes in and takes my bp. it was down from when I came in and she said that shed let doc know but they were really busy. I ended up having to ride it out, giving a urine sample to get toradol which I didnt get till the drip was done. then after the shot the doc came back in and asked me if the shaking was gone. I told him it was and my hands were starting to warm back up and quit tingling. he claimed it was a normal reaction and told me I had had it before and I told him I hadnt, just fengran, benedryl and toradol.

I'm just wondering if there was anyone else out there who has had reglan and if this was a normal reaction?

Angelic_Victory
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Date Joined Sep 2012
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   Posted 7/7/2013 11:37 PM (GMT -6)   
I've had reglan. I actually have a standing prescription for it. Reglan is an antiemetic drug that works by relaxing esophageal muscles so you can't throw up. It's widely used for chemo patients. Alone, it would have no effect on migraines. I rarely take it because it doesn't help nausea that I get with migraines.

My blood pressure is low naturally so most drs are hesitant about giving me anything that may drop it further. Reglan has never made me hurt more. To prevent this from happening again tell future drs that you are allergic to reglan. Complexions makes me crazy jittery so I list it as an allergy. I'd suggest you do the same for reglan.
Nail patella syndrome, osteoarthritis, complex migraines, eosinophilic esophagitis, major depressive disorder, OCD, and fibromyalgia, IBS

Meds: flovent 220 mcg, flexeril 10 mg, zonisanide 100 mg, omeprazole 40 mg, Cymbalta 60 mg,dicyclomine 20 mg, elavil, 10 mg, Xanax prn, hydrocodone prn.
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