What Liquid Can One Take Sucralfate With?

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Samiam Says:


I started sucralfate 1 gram and because I have difficulty swallowing large tablets I cut it into 4 pieces. I wonder since I should not take it with food, can I take it with milk or juice?



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Verwon Says:

For the best results and dispersion in the body, it is always best to take a medication with a full, 8 ounce glass of water, unless your doctor or pharmacist has directed otherwise, according to FDA directions. The typical side effects of this medication are listed as possibly including drowsiness, seizures, diarrhea, dizziness, indigestion, and skin rash.

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Brenda Says:

my mother is taking liquid suspension of Carafate she does not the taste and she is unable to swallow the pills she wants to mix it in with her ensure. Will it still be effective by her doing this

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