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Caroline Says:
What is it used for and what kind of medicine is it?

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Verwon Says:
Happi-D contains the active ingredients Rabeprazole and Domperidone, it is used to reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach to treat conditions such as heartburn, ulcers, GERD and gastritis.

Common side effects may include: drowsiness, stomach pain and flatulence.

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basant kumar Says:
I am untertreatment of chest physician since May 2011, Since last one month I have lost weight about 3.75 kg.Now a days , I do not have desire of eating, I am also suffering from type 1 , diabetes.Today doctor advised me happi d for increase of appetite.

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binu Says:
using happi d for life long what will be the side effects

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binu Says:
using happi d for life long what will happen to me

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Ram Says:
Been using happi-D for almost 4 years now. Wondering what would be the side effects or is it ok to take it ? If I dont take it, I kind of get stomach burns after few days that takes days to recover plus I get headache and anxiety issues .. I have taken all tests for ulcer, gerd, HIV, thyroid etc and everything is normal. Any suggestions please on how to recover as well as thoughts on the impacts of using proton pump inhibitors for long time please ?

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Ahad Says:
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I always gets a burning sensation the side which i sleep, some times tens and bloating doctor has given me happier d and Eva q for constipation

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Ananth Says:
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Indigestion passing motion 3/4 times.I am diabetic in controll.BP also in control.

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