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Despite its effectiveness in treating reflux, Reglan in not as effective as medications that suppress acid, in particular Prilosec and other proton pump inhibitors. Reglan is rarely used alone in treating reflux. Instead, it is added to other acid-suppressing medications, like Prilosec.
Despite the fact that Reglan is added to other medications, it has not been shown that adding Reglan to these other medications improves the effectiveness of treatment.
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