What Are The Uses Ofpantocid Dsr In Chronic Hbv Patients?

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Theunluckyguy Says:

Hi sir iam a having hbv from last 5 years but dont have much symptoms but from last few days iam having pain in liver area(Rt hypocondrium) when call my family doctor he ask me to use pantacid dsr so i want to ask you all please tell me what are the uses of it for me as iam having chronic hbv i cant take any risks and now iam outoff town so all alone too please guys help me out

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Verwon Says:

Pantocid DSR contains the active ingredients Pantoprazole and Domperidone, it is used to help reduce the amount of acid produced by your stomach.

Thus, it isn't intended to treat your HBV, but your doctor is thinking the pain you are experiencing is due to increased stomach acid.



Have you talked to your doctor, again? The pantoprazole has been known to cause problems with Hepatitis, so it probably isn't the best medication for you to use.

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BNA Says:

Hai I have the same problem and i am also advised the same tablets. Please contact me to discuss 870614104

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kamal dahal Says:

using pentocid dsr from two months at morning but no emprovement.

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kamal dahal Says:

pain at liver side and heart area due to gas . No proper digetion of food. Using pentocid dsr from two months but no improvement atall.

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Piyush Says:
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Hi sir mine mother is also suffering from this problem.we might think that pantacid is the cause and abandon this tablet bcs my mother undergone hbv so she needs to take tablet like betaloc,acitrome,pantacid dsr and fruselac. It was few days that she had undergone stomach swelling itching less diet urine problem etc so what should we do sir please give ur advice.

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