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dexrabeprazole

I take Plavix blood thinner will dexrabeprazole will interact adversely? ...

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Dexrabeprazole Sodium

My endoscopy revealed that I have ulcer.Uvulva:Bifid Uvulva, Stomoch:Antral Gastritis, Dudenum:Grade I Dudnenitis. The Doctor prescribed Ulcikit.I had it for fourteen days (14 ulcikit) Even after the I had pain in my left chest. The doctor now prescribed Dextraprazole Sodium &Domperidone SR Capsule and the doctor advised me to take for 10 days before meals at night. Will it cure my chest pain (heartburn)? ## I can't really tell you if this will help you or not, medications can affect everyone differently, some people get great results from taking, but there are others that it doesn't work for, the only way to find out is to actually try it. The Rabeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor that reduces the amount of acid produced by the stomach. It can cause side effects, which may... ...

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Clinical data of Dexrabeprazole Sodium

I need complete precribing information of Dexrabeprazolee. Further I need a comparison of Dexrabeprazole with Rabeprazole. How these two are different from each other? ## I wasn't able to gather much info on Dexrabeprazole; but I did find that dosage information is noted to be "10 mg once daily for 4-8 weeks depending upon condition and response. Maintenance – 5 -10 mg once daily". I would recommend clarifying this with your doctor just to be on the safe side though (since dosage length is based on your condition and response). Both Dexrabeprazole and Rabeprazole are proton pump inhibitors that are used to reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach to treat or prevent conditions such as heartburn, ulcers, GERD and gastritis. I'm thinking that De... ...

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Dexrabeprazole pharmacokinetic/dynamic

dexrabeprazole mechanism of action ,absorption,excretion,distribution,plasma protein binding,metabolism,solubility,molecular weight,pH ...

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Enteric Coated Dexrabeprazole Sodium Domperidone Sr Capsules

I am not able find this medecine info, I am gatting gastric issues after takine this medecine. My doctor presriped this for getting algic with other medecine. ## Where are you located? Have you tried asking your doctor or pharmacist/chemist if there is an alternative medication you can use? This medication is most commonly used to reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach, to treat or prevent conditions, such as heartburn, ulcers, GERD and gastritis. ...

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Enteric Coated Dexrabeprazole Sodium And Domperidone Sr Capsule

is brand nameDAVERsr .mfd bycosmas pharmacis and marketted by biomax biotechnic chandigarh a tested and reliable medicine on the subjectmentioned above. Thanks subject mentioned above. ## Enteric coated Rabeprazole Sodium & Domperidone Sr capsules is used for ...

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side effects of Daver SR

Enteric Coated Dexrabeprazole sodium & domperidone sustained release capsules ## Dexrabeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor that is used to reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach to treat or prevent conditions such as heartburn, ulcers, GERD and gastritis. Domperidone is used to treat or prevent nausea and vomiting. Common side effects may include: drowsiness, dizziness, diarrhea and abdominal pain. Read more: Are there any questions or comments? ## A doctor pricecriped me PAntaprazole + Dopridone with Escitalopram oxalate, Please write me what are medicine and side effects? thank you ...

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