Possible GI obstruction or hemorrhage;
History of seizure disorders;
Parkinson's disease.Use Cautiously in:
History of depression;
Diabetes (may alter response to insulin);
Renal impairment (↓ dose in CCr <50 mL/min);
Chronic use > 3 mo (↑ risk for tardive dyskinesia);
OB: Lactation: Safety not established;
Pedi: Prolonged clearance in neonates can result in high serum concentrations and ↑ the risk for methemoglobinemia. Side effects are more common in children, especially extrapyramidal reactions;
Geri: More susceptible to oversedation, extrapyramidal reactions, and tardive dyskinesia.
metoclopramide has been found in Davis's Drug Guide
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