Is Amoxicillin And Pantoprazole Be Taken

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 Amoxicillin + Clarithromycin + Lansoprazole

Lansoprazole, sold under the brand name Prevacid among others, is a medication which inhibits the stomach's production of gastric acid. There is no evidence that its effectiveness is different from that of other PPIs.[1] Lansoprazole, given through a nasogastric tube, effectively controls pH inside the stomach and is an alternative to intravenous pantoprazole in people who are unable to swallow solid-dose formulations.[2] Lansoprazole is a proton-pump inhibitor...
clacee side effects

Was prescribed by dr this morning: CLACEE 500 mg, Moxypen 500 mg, and Pantoprazole 40 mg. Took the medication as prescribed and earlier tonight my heart started beating @110 so that I could hear it in my head. BP 178/80 with a terrible sweat. I'm now left wit a dull pain behind breastbone. Which medicine could have caused those symptoms? ## Clacee contains the active ingredient Clarithromycin, and Moxypen contains the active ingredient Amoxicillin, they are both antibiotics that are used to treat various types of bacterial infections. The FDA lists their typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, non-allergic skin rash, diarrhea, and headache. Were these confirmed readings of our blood pressure, and heart rate, or are these just estimates based on how you were fee... ...

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pantocid hp side effect

i have been taking Pantocid hp everyday morning and before dinner in empty stomach half an hour before food for the last two days. please tell me the side effects,bcoz i have constant slight stomach pain and mouth odour is changed like metalic taste or what for this medicine breifly explain? please inform about diet ## Pantocid-HP contains Amoxicillin, Clarithromycin and Pantoprazole, this combines two different antibiotics, with a proton pump inhibitor that reduces the amount of acid produced by the stomach. It is used to help treat or prevent ulcers in people who have shown that they have or may have the H. Pylori infection. The Pantoprazole can cause stomach pain in some people, if it becomes too bothersome, you should contact your doctor as you may require a different medication. An... ...

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How to use Pantocid HP sheet

Please let me know how to take the medicine... I see 3 tables for morning & 3 for night in one sheet... so how do I take it? ## Pantocid contains the active ingredients Pantoprazole, with the antibiotics Amoxicillin and Clarithromycin. It is used to help treat ulcers, caused by the H-pylori bacteria. You should take it exactly as the instructions say, on tablet each morning and one tablet each night, until you have completed the course of the medication. Side effects may include: nausea, drowsiness, skin rash and diarrhea. Do you have any other questions? ## can i take my first dose from night?? ## I am advised to take H pylory kit tablets containing amoxillin,tinidazole,omeprazole capsules in the morning and evening for seven consecutive days as the in the morning and three in the ... ...

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combination of clarithromycin, pantoprazole, amoxicillin ## hi My Father is suffering from Parkinsonisam since last 7 years, one of doctor suggested the drug PANTOCID-HP, Can you please tell me how it will useful for parkinsons patient thanks & regards Rajendra ## Sorry, since this is not available in the U.S., I can't find any information on it. I would suggest speaking to your doctor or pharmacist for more information. ## Plz tell for how long i should take pantocid hp kit for antral gastritis ## hello i m suffering from bleeding ulcer n my dr. give me pantocid hp when i took its give me relax for 20 days but after 20 days its maked me very uncomfortable n had more side effects from this dose ## how safe is taking Pantocid HP ## hi i m sufferin from ibd an i had gone thru lowe... ...

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