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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...

Dizziness when rising from sleep and lasting for a while

I am dizzy when waking and unable to walk without holding onto a wall. It lasts for a while. This happens even if I take a short nap in the afternoon. It seems to last longer each time. I take melatonin at night. The only meds I take are Nexium and Celebrex. ## Have you tried not taking the nexium and melatonin to see if it's the Celebrex those 2 you can do without but the Celebrex you might be able to change to a similar med just different manufacturer. I have vertigo or meneers disease its caused by inner ear problems you should go to a ENT (ear nose and throat doctor they can help with that ## Sounds like you might have low blood pressure or some type of cardiovascular issue. I'd definitely goto your doctor and discuss this issue with your doctor because it maybe a warning si...

Updated in Nexium
Oblong light purple pill with ~P~ on one side

Anybody know what this pill is? Have looker 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...

Updated in Prilosec
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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Will activated charcoal thicken my blood

I'm on nakatonnese but my blood thickened regardless. I suspect it's bentonite clay so I've stopped taking it. I am using activated charcoal to detox - recently extracted amalgam filings. I need to know if activated charcoal will be fine to use ## Hello, Malix! How are you? Actually, what you need to be aware of is that there is no scientific or medical proof that doing these types of detoxes do anything, according to the AMA and NIH. Your body naturally detoxes itself from such things, that is what your liver is intended to do and, if you've absorbed mercury, or other harmful substances from having amalgam fillings, it is just going to take time for it to leave your body. There is really nothing you can do to speed up or alter the natural process. And given that you are...

Updated in Activated Charcoal
Are Omeprazole & Allopurinol anti-inflammatory drugs?

I am about to have a colonoscopy and my doctor advised me not to take any anti-inflammatory drugs. ## I had a colonoscopy done and sow the swilling in the picture taken. I was told that my problem is chronic. The doctor prescribed CANASA 1000 MG. This medication is so expansive that it cost me over $500 for 30 day supply, that is thru insurance. Per my search online, this medication dose not cure ulcerative proctitis but it may decrease the number of stools, the amount of mucus/blood in the stools, and the rectal bleeding caused by irritation/swelling of the colon/rectum. Mesalamine is an aminosalicylate anti-inflammatory drug. It is believed to work by blocking the production of certain natural chemicals that may cause pain and swelling. How can my condition be treated effectively, rat...

Updated in Omeprazole
White capsule blue stripe yellow imprint 181

White capsule with navy circular stripe around the middle with a yellow imprint of "181". May be generic nexium. ## You are likely referring to Esomeprazole Magnesium 20 mg delayed release capsule - it is supplied as a white capsule with the imprint I81 (that's an uppercase letter I instead of the number 1 as the first letter). It is indeed an over the counter generic Nexium, a proton pump inhibitor for treating GERD. (NDC 0363-0508, among others). Inactive Ingredients: - Silicon Dioxide - Fd&c Blue No. 1 - Gelatin, Unspecified - Hydroxypropyl Cellulose, Unspecified - Hypromellose, Unspecified - Magnesium Carbonate - Magnesium Oxide - Methacrylic Acid - Ethyl Acrylate Copolymer (1:1) Type a - Glyceryl Monostearate - Polysorbate 80 - Propylene Glycol - Shellac - Sodium La...

Updated in Nexium
Can Pan 40 be taken with Monotrate 10, Cardace, Clopivas, Ecosprin AV

These prescribed medicines are causing heartburn, palpitations and dizziness to my father who is 64yrs old, suffering from 90% blockage at mid LAD, 60% at RCA. Pan40 was not prescribed but is included. Is that the reason? ## All medications carry the risk of causing side effects, and the symptoms you've listed can be normal for taking heart medications, blood pressure medications, and blood thinners. Other side effects, as reported by the NIH, may include nausea, increased urination, easy bruising, and low blood pressure. However, it would be far more dangerous to let his heart condition remain untreated, because that could cause a fatal heart attack, or stroke. It is best to follow his doctor's advice on this matter. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Is it necessary to...

Nexpro L

please tell me the composition of Nexpro L ## Nexpro-L contains the active ingredients Esomeprazole and Levosulpiride, it is most commonly used to treat or prevent conditions such as heartburn, ulcers, GERD and gastritis. Have you been told that you should take it? Learn more Esomeprazole details here. Learn more Levosulpiride details here. ## Thank you very much Verwon.. ## my son 43 year old is taking carbamazipine 1800mg daily to stop the convulsions due to damage of left frontal lobe in a road accident and post operative fits after burhole surgery.since one year he is suffering from sliding hiatus hernia and nexpro-l is being given twice daily.now he is sleeping 20 hours daily and has become bed ridden due to sleep.is it due to nexprol reaction with carbamazipine. ## what are the si...

Updated in Esomeprazole
omeprazole g232 40 mg pill identity

I have a pink/blue capsule with G232 G on it. I think it is Prilosec, not sure. Everything I have found gives a different color. ## Glenmark Generics lists this capsule as being orange and purple, they say it contains 40mgs of Omeprazole in a time released formulation. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, flatulence, and stomach pain. Colors can be subjective, though. Have you tried having someone else give their opinion? ## I have pink/light blue and peach-pink/purple capsules, and both say G232 G. Any idea what they are and what they're used for?

Updated in Omeprazole
side effects of flexim plus tablets

My boyfriend has been taking flexim plus for his back but now he's experiencing a burning sensation in his chest. Is this a side effect? ## Can you post back and describe the burning sensation in more detail? There is a chance of this medication cause acid reflux, according to NIH reports, and that could result in such a sensation. Other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, and dry mouth. Is he on any other medications? ## Experiencing a gnawing in pit of stomach (hollow feeling) and painful feeling acid like reflex bloating and gasing in pit of stomach whenever I swallow tablet. Also migraine attack ## Do flexim plus tabs have any negative effects on a person with a history of myesthenea gravis? ## My doctor said to take it for an allergies type so I took for some ...

Stillen tablet

what its uses ## Stillen contains the active ingredient Eupatilin, it is used to help treat ulcers and acid reflux. Side effects may include: nausea, vomiting, skin rash and itching. Read more here: Is there anything else I can help you with? ## is drug cause nephrotic syndrome? ## can eupatilin stillen cause constipation? ## I am taking eupatilin stillen for a week now after diagnosed w/gastritis & NO it doesn't cause constipation instead it can help in your digestion & can make your bowel movement regular. ## I went to see my dentist two days ago when I had a teeth ache and he just washed my teeth and said I should come after 3 days to fill up the teeth as he had diagnosed a hole in the teeth. Now my teeth is in pain than the first time I had consulted. What should I do or...

Updated in Heather
h 86 cancer cure and alternatives

Thanks for the info placed on here about H86. One of the cures for cancer that I have been reading on is sodium bicarbonate, that's right, baking soda. Many cancers are of the fungus type. Though red in appearance, they are white as most funguses are. There are many videos on youtube about the use of sodium bicarbonate, one being a cure for cancer. It is worth checking out. ## Baking soda is a cure for cancer. Cancer can not live in an alkaline environment. The trick is to get the baking soda into the cancer cell which has a protection against it. Cancer cells require 22 times the amount of sugars as normal cells. Originally baking soda was heated with maple syrup 1 part maple syrup 3 parts real maple syrup. This boils over easily so use a double boiler and put 1 or 2 spoons in a gl...

Updated in Sodium Bicarbonate
Losec (Omeprazole) Side Effects

Within 15 minutes of taking Losec (Omeprazole) 20mg, I am giddy and dizzy. Is it because I have been taking it for a long time? I use something else should I get heartburn, which is most unusual now as I changed to a vegetarian diet with very little protein. ## I wish to know if Omerprazole 20 mg can cause dizziness, as well as taking Tramahexal be the cause of palpitations. Something is making me dizzy and making my earfs ring, as well I now hve great difficulty in writing. ## Yes, Omeprazole can cause dizziness as a side effect, along with nausea, headache, mouth watering, and stomach pain. The Tramahexal can also cause dizziness, since it contains the active ingredient Tramadol, which is an opioid used or pain. Palpitations are also possible side effects, most medications can cause t...

Updated in Omeprazole
half white pink with blue spots rectangular tablet

I found HALF of a tablet while I was at work. It's would be the right side of the tablet and one side is pink and reads "time" in fancy lettwring and "57" underneath. The other side is white with blue speckles and reads "NUM" can anyone assist me on figuring out what this is? ## Hi Jessica, How's it going? Based on your description I found a couple close matches I wanted to share with you as potential possibilities. The first tablet I found is an oval shaped white pill with blue specks and has the word "TUMS" on one side; containing 500mgs of calcium carbonate (for treating symptoms of GERD and indigestion). The other tablet I came across is also an oval shaped white pill with blue specks... but has a fancy/cursive "V" on one side and ...

Updated in Tums
Omedex Plus

We also have a bottle of omedex plus from Mexico says it is esomeprazol equivalent of 40 mg red and white capsule no writing on capsule should I be afraid of it ## Omedex is listed as being a Mexican brand of Esomeprazole, which would be known by the name brand Nexium in the U.S. However, it is difficult to know if that's what they actually are, which is true of almost any medication from Mexico. Where/how was it obtained? ## I have used Mexican Medication for over 2 years and if I don't take the Omedex Plus I can tell it by 10am. If Mexico can sell their med's this cheap why is the USA Government making it so hard for US citizens to afford their medication . Generic Nexium 100 cap.$20.00 can't even do that with insurance. And they wonder why there are so many winter Tex...

Updated in Esomeprazole
Mary's Magic Potent

I'm a nursing student and my patient had an order for Mary's Magic Potent - 15 ml po qidr - swish and swallow. I cannot find any information in my resource books for this medication - usual dosage - used to treat what - drug catagory - nursing considerations - etc. Can you help - please - thanks - CForster, NS ## Are you in the U.S.? There are no prescription drugs in the US under that name. I checked all the databases I can find, my best guess is that it is some form of an OTC supplement. ## My husband was also prescribed this medicine, so I decided to research it. What I found out is the pharmacist mixes maalox, benadryl and lidocaine together and then you have Marys Magic Potion. I hope this helps. ## Thanks for providing that information Cary. Being something the pharmacist ...

Updated in Maalox
White capsule with blue stripe and 732

I found a white capsule with a blue stripe around the middle. It had the number 732 on the right side. What is it? ## Hello Connie, After doing a bit of research I found a pill that meets your description, Omeprazole and Sodium Bicarbonate. This medication is used to treat frequent heartburn. Here is some additional information according to DailyMed. Active Ingredients: - Omeprazole 20mg - Sodium Bicorbonate 1100mg Inactive Ingredients: - Fd&c Blue No. 1 - Fd&c Red No. 40 - Gelatin - Polysorbate 80 - Sodium Lauryl Sulfate - Sodium Stearyl Fumarate - Titanium Dioxide NDC: 0113-0058 Color: White (blue band) Size: 23 mm Shape: Capsule I hope this information helps. ## What is a white capsule with an aqua stripe and 732?

Updated in Omeprazole
Comfortine Ointment by Dermik Labx

I Googled Dermik Labs, maker of comfortine, and found their address at 1050 Westlakes Dr. Berwyn, PA 19312. Phone: 484-595 2700 ## I am trying to purchase comfortine cream. I used it years ago and it worked great. ## Comfortine Medicated Ointment - with a trademark of William H Rorer, Licensor It is produced by the following company: Dermik Laboratories, Inc., (subsidiary of Rorer Group Inc.) Ft. Washington, PA 19034 And formulated by: Dr. Alison Howe Price, Philadelphia, PA.: graduated from Swarthmore University and then graduated medical school from Thomas Jefferson University, he also formulated Maalox Antacid, Parepectolin (anti-diarrhea), and Neoxyn (for poison ivy) for Wm. H. Rorer, Inc. during the 1940’s ~ 1950’s. The list of Ingredients are: Vitamin A, Vitamin D, Zin...

Updated in Maalox
Round Yellow Pill with R20 in black

Found a round yellow pill with R20 in black letter/number on one side, any idea what it is? ## This contains 20mgs of Rabeprazole, which is a proton pump inhibitor that's used to help reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach to prevent or treat conditions such as heartburn, GERD and gastritis. Learn more Rabeprazole details here. Is there anything else I can help with? ## Who takes these? ## Are you sure there is rabeprozale and not a generic ritalin? ## Small yellow round pill with R20 one one side no other markings ## I take them for acid reflux when I only take them as needed which for me is.most days ## Ritalin is a white round pill with r20 on it not yellow the yellow are acid reflux meds ## Just happen to have my prescription right here when I run across this thread. ...

Updated in Rabeprazole

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