Metoclopramide is a medicine that is used to prevent and treat nausea or vomiting. It is usually given as an add-on to other medicines. It is sometimes used to treat conditions like bloatedness and indigestion.
Inform your doctor if any of the following occurs:
It is usually taken on a when-needed basis to a maximum of 30 mg (three 10 mg tablets) per day. Higher doses should be taken only upon recommendation by a doctor.
It can be taken 30 minutes before meals to reduce bloatedness and aid digestion. Each dose should be at least 6 hours apart.
If you overdose on this medicine, inform your doctor immediately.
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