... for the drug Reglan. to offset involentary movements. I am told that it is the only medication that can help but that it is very expensive. Where can I get information on this
6 Nov 2011
I realize this answer is very, very late and hopefully you got some information from your doctor. If you managed to find something relevant it would be appreciated if you could share.
I can only give you information about Xenazine but not about it's effectiveness if used for involuntary movements due to Reglan.
Xenazine (tetrabenazine) reduces the amount of certain chemicals in the body that are overly active in people with Huntington's disease.
Xenazine is used to treat Huntington's chorea (uncontrolled muscle movements).
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