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Erythromycin vs. Metoclopramide for Gastroparesis

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Erythromycin

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Other Names: E Mycin   Ery Tab   Erythromicin   Stiemycin   Eryc

Metoclopramide

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Other Names: Reglan   Maxolon   Primperan
Rating: 2.5 out of 5
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Erythromycin is a macrolide antibiotic that has an antimicrobial spectrum similar to or slightly wider than that of penicillin, and is often used for people who have an allergy to penicillins. For respiratory tract infections, it has better coverage of a... Read more on Wikipedia
Metoclopramide (International Nonproprietary Name) is an antiemetic and Prokinetic agent. It is commonly used to treat nausea and vomiting, to facilitate gastric emptying in people with gastroparesis, and as a treatment for the gastric stasis often asso... Read more on Wikipedia
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By Sandi
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Erythromycin Opthalmic Ointment 0.5%
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What patients are saying about Erythromycin + Metoclopramide + Gastroparesis

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has prokinetic properties, as it acts on motilin...
Erythromycin has prokinetic properties, as it ...is different to that of metoclopramide and so both could be ...that I know of including metoclopramide, so it's place in therapy...
in the US so the biggest other option here is erythromycin
...are other motility drugs than Reglan/metoclopramide... if youre in canada, some ...biggest other option here is eryth...
30mg Lansoprazole 250mg Erythromycin 125mg...
...rate is 100ml and hour and im on: 20mg Domperidone 10mg Metoclopramide 30mg Lansoprazole 250mg Erythromycin 125mg Ranitidine As I mentioned above that only 80%...
could very well be Gastroparesis .  The image they may be...
It could very well be Gastroparesis .  The image they may be ...the stomach .  Many people take Reglan(Metoclopramide), Erythromycin , Domperidone, or Propulsid to...
except a.Metoclopramide b.Cisapride c.Erythromycin...
...out of country. He has longstanding diabetes which he admits that ...food intake. He feels bloated and develops pain ...all of the following except a.Metoclopramide b.Cisapride c.Erythrom...
When there is gastroparesis, it can make swallowing more...
...When there is gastroparesis, it can make swallowing more difficult and feelings of nausea or sickness to occur. Prokinetic medications (metoclopramide or Reglan; erythromycin) can speed the...
effective \"prokinetic\" was erythromycin. Symptoms scores...
...whether it is efficacious for gastroparesis. An interesting report was ...used for treatment of gastroparesis. It was interesting ...most effective \"prokinetic\" was erythromycin. Symptom...
agents such as metoclopramide may help to reduce upper...
...IBS I would get those GI cramps and they just brought life to a halt.  Sorry that you are having them constantly.  Have you reviewed our bowel dysfunction page?  Just in case you haven't - here's t...
If I may ask, are you taking metoclopramide or erythromycin?...
...to decrease the incidence of the regurgitation itself. If I may ask, are you taking metoclopramide or erythromycin? These can help food and feedings progress thru the...
have never herd of Gastroparesis, mush less how it can...
...people have never herd of Gastroparesis, mush less how it can ...) Medical treatments are few, Erythromycin (an antibiotic) Some Drug Metoclopramide. Serotonin Antagonist that acts on...
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