Has anyone been prescribed Reglan to combat nausea or digestive problems while taking chemo? When I first began treatment in May 2008, I struggled to find a medication that would relieve the constant nausea I had following infusion, and after 8 weeks was prescribed Reglan. The medication did calm my nausea, and I was told to take it up to four times a day. Soon after starting the drug I went into a deep depression, and really struggled to get through each day. I eventually confined myself to my home, not wanting to be around people, and feeling the "security blank" that home provided. I didn't connect Reglan to the depression, and just thought it was a part of the process while undergoing chemo and radiation. After the completion of chemo, I tapered off of Reglan, and took it only when I felt a twinge of nausea over the next few months. This past week, I started having an issue with heartburn, and my gastrenterologist prescribed Reglan again, one pill just before bedtime, and this depression started kicking in again. Then I started researching. It seems that Reglan has been listed as a cause of Tardine Dyskinesia, which causes "tics" similar to Parkinson's Disease, and in some cases is irreversable. It is linked to severe anxiety and depression, and when taken regularly can make you become debilitated. I Googled Reglan side effects, and came across a website askapatient.com, and 9 out of 10 postings give the drug a 1 (on a scale of 1-10), with all kinds of scary side effects listed. Please let me know if anyone has taken this drug, and if so, did your doctor give you any warning about possible side effects. I have taken myself off of the drug, and hope this posting will enlighten others to the possible complications you may experience. Thanks for the help.