Heart Burn / Indigestion

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Heart Burn / Indigestion Overview

Heartburn, also known as pyrosis, cardialgia or acid indigestion, is a burning sensation in the central chest or upper central abdomen. Heartburn is usually due to regurgitation of gastric acid (gastric reflux) into the esophagus. It is the major symptom of gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD).Other common descriptors for heartburn (besides burning) are belching, nausea, squeezing, stabbing, or a sensation of pressure on the chest. The pain often rises in the chest (directly behind the brea...

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pain meds make me very nauseated

I cannot take narcotic pain meds, as I get very sick in the stomach. I have a wound vac and have gotten it replaced. It's very painful without pain medications. What are the best pain meds that aren't narcotics? ## Hello, sorry to hear this. Many people get an upset stomach. If you have not tried it yet take a narcotic pain med and try having a meal, then wait 15-20 mins and take a dose. Then after 10-15 mins eat a piece of dry toast. This method has worked with a lot of people. The problem is there really are not any none narcotic pain meds that work well on moderate to moderately severe pain. And if there was one, the major pharma companies would buy it and not let it out... lol. ## Zandy, how are you doing? I'm sorry that you're suffering. Have you tried making sure t...

cherifer vitamins affect stomach

I neeed answers please for the stomach discomfort after intaking cherifer capsul with zinc ## i also experience stomach ache after drinking cherifer pgm :( twice ko palang sya nainom parehas na sumakit tyan ko. tinake ko sya after meal. ittry ko sya itake before meal baka di na sumakit tyan ko. ## Wag e pag sasabay ang cherifer sa food na may iron, especially yung cherifer with zinc. Chemical reaction of zinc and iron results to upset stomach. Eat foods with iron such as milk after 2-3 hkurs you take cherifer. ## Due to the potency, the NIH warns that this medication may cause some nausea as a side effect, in some people that take it. It may also cause constipation and stomach pain. Is there anything else I can help with? ## my tummy aches after i take cherifer pgm with zinc. is it okay...

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Indigestion problem

My eating habits consist of smaller food portions which lead to more frequent bathroom trips. My first bowel movement usually occurs quickly within a span of 5 to 10 minutes, similar to most individuals. However, I often feel the pressure for a second stool to come out shortly thereafter. This sequence repeats around 3-4 times during my initial bathroom break, consuming a total of 30 to 40 minutes. I typically visit the bathroom twice in the morning and once in the evening. My fibroscan report showed normal results, but my vitamin B12 and vitamin D levels are significantly low. As a remedy, I've been taking a 1500 mcg dose of methylcobalamin twice a day. I also drink a glass of buttermilk each morning. Can anyone else relate? What are some effective remedies for indigestion? ## Hi. ...

Shelcal or Gemcal which one to take

can anyone clarify the difference between shelcal and gem cal? ## Some of the ingredients are different. Shelcal contains Calcium Carbonate and Vitamin D3. Gemcal contains:calcitriol 0.25 mcg, calcium carbonate 500 mg amd zinc 7.5 mg. So it is what they provide and their formulations, it depends on what your body needs and what your doctor recommends that you use. Which has your doctor recommended? ## Gemcal is alws better then the shelcal...cause it contains Calcitriol which is an active form of vit D3...n zinc which reduces the risk of osteoporosis. ## what are the side effects of Gemcal ## Thanks for your valuable advice. By the way are you a Doctor? I was prescribed Shelcal by my doctor but I got Gem Cal from my CGHS Dispensary. Thanks and Regards, Ramesh ## Which one to take Gemcal...

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Oblong light purple pill with ~P~ on one side

Anybody know what this pill is? Have looked on various pill identification sites and can't find it. ## This is likely over the counter Pamprin which is used in treating menstrual cramps and related symptoms (NDC 71687-3003). Active Ingredients: - Acetaminophen 500 mg - Pamabrom 25 mg - Pyrilamine maleate 15 mg Color: Purple Score: No score Shape: Capsule Size: 18mm Imprint Code: P Source: DailyMed Please note that because this is an over the counter product, the appearance is subject to change and there could be other over the counter products with a similar appearance. They are not regulated as strictly as prescription drugs. This was updated July 2020 to reflect the most current information ## I have a pill that is Pink oblong with the imprint 'P' and two swirly lines on b...

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Impax 20 082 purple capsule

Bright purple capsule with IMPAX 20 082 printed on it, is this Omeprazole? ## The purple capsule imprinted "082 IMPAX 20" is identified as Omeprazole Delayed Release 20 mg. NDC: 00093-5211 (Discontinued) Manufacturer: Teva Pharmaceuticals USA This medication is a proton-pump inhibitor marketed for use in treating heartburn, a damaged esophagus, stomach ulcers, and gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD). Hope this helps! ## I want to know for what this pill is for.

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Antacid/Diphen/Lido mouthwash

I am using antacid/diphen/lido mouthwash, but after using it, my mouth and tongue feel numb. Is this normal? ## Antacid/Diphen/Lido is an abbreviation for Antacid / Diphenhydramine / Lidocaine. Numbness is an effect of the Lidocaine which is a local anesthetic. Any dizziness and light headedness are possible side effects of Diphenhydramine. [1] It is an antihistamine, intended to bring down swelling. If the side effects do not go away or get worse, let your doctor know. References: [1] Diphenhydramine - Medline Plus ## Yes, the Lido in it is Lidocaine, it is a topical anesthetic. The FDA does warn that it may cause numbness, as well as nausea, dizziness, and drowsiness. Are you on any other medications? ## I am taking the Antacid / Diphenhydramine / Lidocaine medication every four hours...

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Prilosec interactions with other drugs

Is there a generic: any different from Prilosec, what does it do? ## Omeprazole is the generic for Prilosec and it's sold over the counter, no doctor needed. It is a proton pump inhibitor that blocks gastric acid secretions--acid reflux or GERD. ## Some insurances will cover it though so you should always have the doctor write the scripts for any over the counter medications and the pharmacy will try to put it thru your insurance. Mine covers omeprazole. my Zyrtec . Ibuprofen so if you dont try every med how will you know right ## You can learn more about Prilosec here. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including nausea, stomach pain, gas, and headache.

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small square pill with CC 59

I have a small square pill with CC on one side and 59 on the other side. What is it used to treat? ## I've yet to come across the CC 59 imprint, but did however, locate square pills with CC 60 and CC 61 respectively (perhaps they may be related). A square white pill with CC 61 is reportedly a Famotidine 40mg tablet with a National Drug Code of 65862-0860 A square yellow pill with CC 60 is reportedly a Famotidine 20mg tablet with a National Drug Code of 65862-0859 I don't know what color your pill is, but I'm under the impression that it may be a 10mg Famotidine tablet. If you're able to, I'd consider taking it into a local pharmacy just to double check for that possibility. For verification, the pills mentioned above are manufactured by Aurobindo Pharma. Famotidine i...

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altosec 20 omeprazole

i want to know what it is exactly and what the side effects are when using it ## Altosec is a drug used in South Africa. Omeprazole 20mg is generally well tolerated. Some of the most frequent side effects of omeprazole (experienced by over 1% of those taking the drug) are headache, diarrhea, abdominal pain, nausea and dizziness, although in clinical trials the incidence of these effects with omeprazole was mostly comparable to that found with placebo. For more information about this drug click on the link below… Do you have any more questions or information to add? Please post back if you do… ## is altosec 20 addictive ## Hi for abt. 2 weeks. I have upper back pain chest pains in the centre and a lot a lot of burping someone told me abt altosec20 pls help me. ## Hi, Is there...

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