Sompraz 20

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hiran Says:


this medicine why can use



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Verwon Says:

Sompraz contains the active ingredient Esomeprazole, it is a proton pump inhibitor that is used to treat conditions where your stomach produces too much acid, such as GERD, gastritis and heartburn.

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

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Gopal Says:

Does the composition of SOMPRAZ L contain any metal.


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Sir, am suffering from GERD, Antral Gastrities with IBS since 10 years. Now I have got prostate enlgmt. I tried almost Gastric intestinal treatment Daily 4 times I use to pass stools after words pain will reduced some extent. Again after 2 to 3 hours I get lit of stomach problem. Now one physian gave Libras 1-0-1 after food and Sopraz L before breakfast. But in Google Librax should b taken before food and gastrities tabs stupid not consume at a time. More over Iibrax should not b taken who are having prostate and urine problem. Pls suggest me. I consulted many Castro entrologyst in Bluey and other doctors. Pls help me Sir.

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