Pan 40 Tablet

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shailesh Says:

What time of the day should this tablet be taken?

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Varun Says:

It should be consumed in morning before breakfast.

in most cases 1, 40 mg tab in a day.

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Antonio Says:

I have too much gas in my GI tract, like farts mostly at night time and my stomach feels full even if I eat very little. My friend told me to take pan 40 on an empty stomach. What exactly is this for?

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Kumar Says:
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Try this natural way:
Drink good amount of water 1 hr before food. DO NOT DRINK any water for at least 1-2 hr after food. Only if required, take max a sip or so during food thats it. After 2 hrs drink as much water as you like.

It must be very difficult in the beginning to adapt to this system but you will get used to this in couple days. No harm in trying this natural method for a couple weeks. You must see some improvements. Avoid drinking cold water after food.

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Aditya Says:
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Even after taking Pan 40 for the last month every morning before breakfast, the gas is not being reduced. I want to know the reason why? However, I am taking PBREN-NT and Foster 5mg at night daily as prescribed by my doctor as well. I want the solution/remedy. Please advise.

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