Hi Michael, I have a daughter who is severely disabled and has been on the medication, Propulsid for years and years. Her reflux is so bad that she refluxes up into her sinuses. Before she went on Propulsid, she would vomit up everything we gave to her. Propulsid has been a life saver for her. We were ordering it from other countries and then we found out that no longer make it. We ordered Domperidone for her. A Pharmacist told me that it does not work as well as Propulsid which really upset me. Please tell me your views on it. It has to help her, or she will go back to where she was years ago and may end up with a feeding tube, which we do not want.
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I am new to this site and trying to learn how to best use MedHelp. I have a question posted in the Urology forum and I'm not sure I am doing things correctly. Could you please help me. I am going to see a urologist this Friday and I was hoping to get some insight into my problem before I go. I appreciate any help you can provide.
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