Prilosec (Thread 172384)

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Dale Says:

Has anyone had any problem with face swelling with this drug?

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Kathryn Says:

My husband has been taking prilosec for years and he always wakes up with a swollen face. I thought it was because he does not get enough sleep at night or any other time. Does your swelling go away after you have been up for awhile or does it continue into the afternoon?

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