To guarantee the safe use of Vominorm, let your doctor know if you have a history of or if you suffer from any of the following conditions:
Adrenal gland tumor
Kidney or liver disease
High blood pressure
Congestive heart failure
History of mental illness or depression
Bleeding or blockage in the stomach or intestines
In the treatment of gastroparesis, a patient is directed to take 10mg of vominorm (metoclopramide). This should be taken 4 times in a day. Take the dose 30 minutes before meals and before bedtime. For the treatment of nausea or vomiting after chemotherapy, the dose is taken 30 minutes prior to chemotherapy. This is then followed by 2 doses after every 2 hours and then 3 doses after every 3 hours.
Vominorm is available as a liquid suspension and as an orally disintegrating tablet. During chemotherapy, the dose is administered through IV – 2mg/kg in adults. The infusion is made 30 minutes before chemotherapy.
You may experience withdrawal symptoms once you stop taking Vominorm (metoclopramide).
FDA Pregnancy Classification
Vominorm (metoclopramide) is not expected to harm an unborn baby. Let the doctor know if you are pregnant, plan on becoming pregnant or if you are breastfeeding a baby. Metoclopramide can be passed into breast milk and can harm a nursing baby.
Store at room temperature and away from heat, light and moisture.
Dizziness or fainting
Continuing or severe headache
Increased blood pressure
Feeling of weakness or tiredness
Difficulty swallowing or speaking
Clay colored stool
Stomach or abdominal tenderness or pain
Swelling of the feet or legs
Stiffness of the arms or legs
Unusual pale skin
Yellow skin or eyes
Breast swelling and tenderness
Decreased interest in sex
Increased need to pass urine
Changes in menstruation
Unusual mouth dryness
Vominorm (metoclopramide) should be used with a prescription. Taking the medicine for longer or in larger doses than recommended can lead to irreversible movement disorder. The symptoms of the movement disorder include uncontrollable muscle movements of the tongue, lips, eyes, face, arms or legs. The longer you take the medicine the higher the risk of developing this disorder. The risk is higher in older adults, women and people with diabetics.
Don’t use Vominorm if you have bleeding or blockage in your stomach or intestines. The drug should also not be used by persons with seizures disorder or adrenal gland tumor.
Metoclopramide interacts with alcohol. Drinking alcohol will make the side effects worse.
Vominorm (metoclopramide) interacts with 617 drugs.