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is there any interaction between pariet and dexamphetimine

Is there any interaction between Pariet and Dexamphetimine ## Hello, Julie! How are you? Have they both been prescribed for you? The Pariet may reduce the efficacy of the Dextroamphetamine, so it may not work as well for you. The Dextroamphetamine also carries the risk of being habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, headache, insomnia, irritability, weight loss and anorexia.

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reintroducing cylift

I have been using cylift for 5 years. My doctor put me on Venlor 8 months ago. I was doing well on cylift. I also take Pariet for GERD. Now with the Venlor I have increased accid reflux and a feeling of pressure between breasts. This I never had with Cylift. Can I go back to Cylift. I stopped Venlor TODAY to see if the accid reflux decreases. However, I do not want to "crash" again mentally like before when I used to take myself off medication. ## Hi Bebo, From your description, I don't see why your doctor would have any particular reason to deny you the ability to switch back over from Venlor to Cylift; especially if he can also judge that it's not the appropriate medication for you. You also mentioned that you take Pariet for GERD. Has this medication ever given you an...

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