Metoclopramide (also known as Maxolon in Australia), is a drug frequently used for nausea and vomiting in pregnancy.
It is FDA pregnancy category B.
Researchers in Denmark looked at over a million pregnancies, and compared the pregnancy outcomes of metoclopramide-exposed and unexposed women.
They found that metoclopramide use in pregnancy was not associated with increased risk of malformations, spontaneous abortion, or stillbirth.
*Please remember before you take medications whilst pregnant or breastfeeding, discuss indications and side-effects with your healthcare provider first*
Pasternak B, Svanstrom H, Molgaard-Nielsen D, et al. Metoclopramide in Pregnancy and Risk of Major Congenital Malformations and Fetal Death. JAMA. 2013 Oct 16; 310(15): 1601-1611.