Gastrointestinal

This page contains the most recent discussion threads pertaining to Gastrointestinal, as well as a list of all of the drugs falling within this category.


Gastrointestinal Overview

The gastrointestinal tract (digestive tract, digestional tract, GI tract, GIT, gut, or alimentary canal) is an organ system within humans and other animals which takes in food, digests it to extract and absorb energy and nutrients, and expels the remaining waste as feces. The mouth, oesophagus, stomach, and intestines are part of the gastrointestinal tract. Gastrointestinal is an adjective meaning of or pertaining to the stomach and intestines. A tract is a collection of related anatomic stru...

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Loose Motion Control Tablet
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I am experiencing loose stools 3-4 times in a day. Please advise. ## Have you seen a doctor to get to the root of what is causing your problem? There many different things that can cause you to have frequent bowel movements and the best solution is usually getting to the root of that and correcting the problem. It could be something you are eating, another medication you are taking or any one of several other options. I am not sure what country you are in, so I don't know what's available to you, but in the U.S. we can purchase Loperamide over the counter for assistance with such problems. Learn more: ## i am in tamilnadu in india,i have stomach problem with three to four times motion in a day and also facing pain in left and right side of my stomach at bottom. now i am taking r...
Updated 1 day ago in Loperamide.
 
use of levosulpiride tablet
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I am taking this CYRA LS for last 3.5 weeks since i was diagonised with GERD problems.. Does CYRA LS leads to prolactin level increase? ## No problem if you don't feel any side effect you can use it. Thanks
Updated 3 days ago.
 
Tablet For Control Of Loose Motion When Diabetic
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My mom is a sugar patient of 58age, and she is having a problem with watery loose motion. Kindly suggest me the dosage to control the motions or any other suggestions. ## Has she consulted her doctor? Since she is diabetic, what she can safely take is dependent on her overall health, as well as any other medications she may be taking. In addition, since I don't know where you are located, I don't know what is available for her to use. In many countries the medication Loperamide is available over the counter. ## My mother is daibetic type 2 patient having loose motion, plz suggst medicine for her, she is 50 now ## My mother is 60+, her weight is 58 kg and she is diabetic... Can u plz tell me if there's a medicine for her? She is taking amryl and janumet for managing her blood...
Updated 8 days ago in Loperamide.
 
green oval pill
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small green oval pill L2 on one side blank on other ## The manufacturer Major Pharmaceuticals lists this tablet as containing 2mgs of Loperamide. It is a generic for Imodium, which is available over the counter, and used to or prevent diarrhea. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with?
Updated 21 days ago in Loperamide.
 
Gastrointestinal stromal tumor (GIST) removal
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What happens after surgery when you have a GI stromal tumor (GIST) removed from your stomach? I am wondering about the recovery period and how long it takes to recover? I have one 2 inches in my stomach and need surgery. It's not cancer but still should come out. I wonder why? Help, someone talk to me. ## Are you sure its not cancer? Have they done a biopsy? I was told that i had one 7in by 4in. After removal i was put on Gleevac (Oral Chemo Pill) 400 mg for a year and a half. Then found out I had tumors in liver. They changed my meds to 800mg Gleevac. It is supposed to reduce the growth of the tumors. Now, they have me on Sutent because my body got used to the Gleevac. ## Sorry to hear this, will pray for you.This cancer stuff can be serious, have they considered radiation? Sam ## ...
Updated 1 month ago in Sutent.
 
Lansoloc Drug Information
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capsule ## what are linsoloc 30 tablets used for? I am suffering from stomach ulcers and I would like to know if linsoloc 30 tables can help me? ## This medication is used to help reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach to help treat, or prevent conditions, such as a ulcers, heartburn, GERD, and gastritis. The NIH lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence, and stomach pain. Is there anything else I can help with? Are there any other questions? ## Hi. The doctors told me that I have gallstones so I went in for the camera evaluation and now the pain is still here every day. I take my lansoloc pill every morning as I should. Please help! ## Is Lansoloc safe for a pregnant woman who is on her 21st week? Will the baby be safe?
Updated 1 month ago.
 
spanish drug name dipera
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what is the english equivalent ## This contains the active ingredient Loperamide, which is available over the counter here, you can find it under the brand name Imodium, or the generic name Loperamide. It is most commonly used to treat or prevent diarrhea. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and constipation. Is there anything else I can help with?
Updated 1 month ago in Loperamide.
 
Best anti-inflammatory medication for intestinal pain
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What are the best anti-inflammatories that work on intestinal pain? Please list the brand names of these medications and rate them according to their efficacy (effectiveness). ## Unfortunately the only way to find out what works best for you and what doesn't is through the process of trial and error and working with your doctor. There may be meds that are stronger or more effective than others in eliminating the pain, but if it causes too many side effects then what good will it do in the long run? Trial and error will help you narrow down your preferences. NSAID's (aspirin, ibuprofen, diclofenac, naproxen, motrin, indomethacin), opiates/opioids, muscle relaxers, anxiety medication, natural alternatives (turmeric / kratom / CBD / THC), probiotics, digestive enzymes, etc, have al...
Updated 1 month ago in Aspirin.
 
what causes gerd
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Hi I have been suffering from anxiety attacks for the past year now my Dr gave me 0.50mg alzam which I took 1 at night to calm me as I get heart pulpitations esp at night when I have to go sleep. And when I run out I just go back to my Dr and he gives it to me freely without questions. Lately Im taking 0.25 at night and 0.25 when ever I feel anxious. I would like to stop but heard that you can suffer severe side effects when stopping cold turkey. I feel like I am more anxious now than I have been before taking the alzam and also I have developed either gerd or gastro because i have a constant tight feeling in my chest i feel nausea headaches and body aches and sometimes i just feel really ill and i also feel very tired and dont want to do anything but sleep.please tell me if this is fro...
Updated 1 month ago in Omeprazole.
 
White oval tablet with OMI imprint and scored on the other side
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I have a white oval-shaped tablet. One side has an imprint of "IMO" and the other side is scored in the middle. Is it a pain pill? ## Hi Janiece, I located a white oval pill that has IMO on one side and scored on the back with the numbers 2 | 125 on each side of the scoreline. I realize your description doesn't have numbers, but part of me suspects whether this might be related based on the striking resemblance I'm seeing. If it's of any help, the pill I'm describing is reportedly identified as Imodium advanced (Loperamide 2 mg / Simethicone 125 mg); used for treating diarrhea. For verification, the manufacturer/distributor is listed as McNeil Consumer Healthcare and the pill itself carries a National Drug Code of 00045-0202. Does anyone else have thoughts to add?
Updated 1 month ago in Imodium.
 

Gastrointestinal Medications (63 results)





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