Omeprazole 40mg Capsules

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jackie Says:

take one daily before eating . I started having green stools about three days ago. does this medicine cause this???

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Verwon Says:

Yes, though it's considered a rare side effect that isn't considered severe or dangerous, it has been reported to cause abnormal colored stool.

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Have you experienced any other side effects, or just this anomaly?

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