Dexilant 60mg

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quadcities1 Says:


I am looking for an over the counter alternative for Dexilant 60mg cap. Is there one available?



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Verwon Says:

Hello, Quadcities1! How are you?

It isn't available over the counter, but there are others that are, such as Lansoprazole, which is also known by the name brand Prevacid.

However, please check with your doctor, before switching to make sure that it is safe for you to do so.

Is there anything else I can help with?

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Brenda Says:

Drink a shot glass of Apple Cider vinegar, every morning. You may also drink it if you feel acid reflux is coming on due to the food you are eating. Stop eating fried foods. Try the 3 B' Bake, Boil and Broiled to heal your stomach.

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Helpful Soul Says:

DO not drink a 'shot' of apple vinegar without diluting or you risk damage to your esophagus!!!!!!!!

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Rinta Says:

If I take Dexilant once per day for 30 days, would I need to continue taking it indefinitely due to my body becoming used to this medicine?

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