Ursodeoxycholic Acid For Bile Reflux

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Which medicine containing Ursodeoxycholic Acid is most used to reduce Bile Reflux?

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Ursodiol is the brand name of ursodeoxycholic acid that I hear of most, so I'd personally suggest giving that a try. Other brand names worth considering are: Actigall, Urso Forte, Urso 250.

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