Read the facts ...Be careful where you get information from. Reglan is not contained in chantix. Many of the things that are being claimed by one person on this thread are nearly ludicrous. If you don't have a medical degree, please shut your mouth. Chantix works for me. I have minor aches and pains and no neurological effects. Since our metabolisms are different, yes, chantix may affect you differently. I have a doctorate of pharmacy not a BS in BS like some of these people.
"A recent announcement that pertains to a Chantix lawsuit has stated that the CEO of Pfizer (the makers of the quit smoking drug) will be called to testify in the first of an estimated 2,500 claims against the company over the drug’s side effects.
Various users of Chantix are complaining about the side effects linked to Chantix, which is made with metoclopramide (generic Reglan). While some users have committed suicide after taking Chantix, others have suffered from neurological conditions. This is no surprise to Reglan users, many of whom have developed various different neurological conditions after taking Reglan."
Go ahead and take it and the risks which are NOW common knowledge. No wonder I don't listen to doctors who support deadly medicine over will power. They are full of sh@t.