Sucralfate Suspension

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worried Says:


my mother takes Sucralfate suspension, she is unable to swollow it in tablet form due to an oesophogeal stricture, is there another similar preparation?



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Verwon Says:

Well, if she has been prescribed a suspension, that should be a liquid formulation. If her pharmacy has given her a tablet, then they have given her the wrong thing.

How was the prescription written?

Is her doctor aware of her swallowing difficulties?

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Susan Says:

Is SucralFate derived from Sucralose? Does it have the components of Sucralose? I had a severe allergic reaction to it and it seems, now, I have hives if I get a tiny bit of sucralose in my system since I had the allergic reaction to Sucralfate. Is there any relation to it? Is it made of sucralose?

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STARLIGHT Says:

I TOOK SUCRALFATE AND AM ALLEGIC TO IT CANNOT NOT TAKE IT. WHAT CAN I DO T.O SPEED UP MY HEALING? NO ONE SEEMS TO KNOW..i GUESS JUST LET MY ULCER HEAL NATURALLY.HELP !

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k Says:

starlight what kind of reaction did you have? I take protonix 2 times a day to help with the acid, .but when my ulcers flare up, usually because ive take too much aspirin or motrin, , or alcohol or I got off my diet. I have an esophageal stricture as well as 2 ulcers, I really have to watch my diet, no caffeine, no carbonated drinks nothing to spicey, nothing with tomato sauce and the list goes on.
when I need the sucralfate I dissolve the tabs in water because I cant swallow them. you can try Maalox or Mylanta, these are good for coating your stomach and good over the counter options. hope this helps

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