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How should I take metoclopramide?

Dosages of metoclopramide come in tablet (oral), solution (oral), and injection forms. Take the medication precisely as instructed by your doctor. Avoid taking more than prescribed or for more than three months since serious side effects can occur, particularly in older women. The oral form is usually taken on an empty stomach, 30 minutes before food is eaten or before going to bed. The injection form is provided by a healthcare professional in a medical environment.

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