Enzypride What Does It Do

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Gastric medicine ## My Dr. prescribed me Enzypride for flatulence and IBS. I would just like to know about its side effects. Thank you. ## Sorry, this medication is not available in the US and, unforunately, I cannot find any information on it. ## Have stomach pains and used different meds for it in the past,recently i have had high cholesterol,and have changed my diet, done exercise and is off of Lipotor. My Doctor has just prescribed enzypride. What are the side effcts ## I have high cholesterol do you of anything to reduce it without medication ## Do the doctors prescribe Enzypride in the United States? If so...where???? It's the best thing for IBS! ## WHEN I EAT MY STOMACH BULGE AN BLOAT WHAT CAUSE THIS ## Enzypride contains pancreatic enzymes, which aid digestion; dimethylpolys... ...

Updated in Cholesterol
enzypride merck

white big pill ## Where can I purchase some Enzypride? ## Should I take ENZYPRIDE before the food or after. And what is the benefit of this medicine. And last is there any interaction with alcohol. THANKS ## how to take enzypride ## Action and pathophysiology ## experiencing severe watery diarrhea with upset stomach and overall weakness. ## I recently had a hstyerectemy surgery and developed gas. I tried gas-x, beano, dica and many over the counter medicines, but nothing has helped. Can you please help me? The pain and bloating are becoming unbearable. ## I had a Hystorectomy 2008 and in 2011 I started bloating after I eat. What causes it and what can I take to alleviate it? ## Try baking soda with luke warm water. ...

Updated in Gas-X
Lansoprazol And Enzypride

I take lanzoprasol for reflix, but enzyprime is providing digestive relief. Is there any adverse effect of taking both medicines? ## From what I can find, Enzypride just contains enzymes that aid in digestion, so there shouldn't be any problems, unless your doctor has told you not to use them together. I'd suggest double checking with your doctor or a pharmacist first, since they may be aware of interactions between them that aren't listed in the databases. Are there any other questions or concerns? ...

Updated in Enzymes
Combizym ( Amylase quantity)

Dear representative, I've been searching the market for a digestive enzyme for the longest time but Enzypride is the only one that comes close to suit my digestive needs. My body does not produce sufficient Lipase and Protease enzyme to digest respectively fatty food and protein whereas the amylase level in my body is high. As you know Enzypride is made of Amylase 11000 U, Lipase 12500 U and Protease 800 U, so is there a possibility that you can manufacture a batch with about 3000 U of amylase instead of 11000 U? The thing is I will be on this medication for the rest of my life so you can make the difference by being the only Pharmaceucal company to produce it and I'm sure there are other people suffering with the same kind of digestive disorder as this is the case for me. I'... ...

Updated in Cortomycin Otic
What is Enzypride used for?

Is Enzypride a digestive enzyme or is it used for anti flatulance only? ...


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