Eso Kit

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freshia Says:

how long do the side effects of the esokit last in the body, cause i have had this rash on my face for a month now and it's getting worse.

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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted a doctor?

From what I can find, this kit contains antibiotics that are used to help eradicate the H. Pylori bacteria and they can cause a non-allergic skin rash as side effects, but it really shouldn't last that long, after you have finished treatment with it.


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sam Says:
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What sort of condition does Eso kit treat? I have had severe stomach ulcers and am very weak with no energy. When I go to the doctors they usually give me some medications which are not good for me. Please, which treatment would you advise for me?

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Evans Says:
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I have been prescribed and used Eso kit to treat ulcers. However no improvement has been made and nowadays my stomach heats up so much and I get so tired. What is the best treatment? I am suffering.

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James Says:
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Hey, I have been using the esclaim (eso) kit but the side effect are killing me. Should I take painkillers for relief? I am also feeling a sharp pain in my abdominal region. Please advise.

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