New Proton Pump Inhibitor

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rabeprazole sodium tablets ip
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what is the use of this tablets ## Rabeprazole is a proton pump inhibitor, it reduces the amount of acid produced by the stomach, it is most commonly used to help treat ulcers, as well as prevent them. Common side effects may include: nausea, abdominal pain, diarrhea and vertigo. Read more here: Do you have any other questions? ## use of capsule NEWBONA PLUS ## similar composition tablet with osteocid 20mg ...
Updated 5 years ago in Rabeprazole.
Sun, Mar 11 '12, 9:00 AM
Pill Marking Yellow Oval Mp9
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My new prescription of Pantoprazol Sod has a different number imprinted on the yellow oval tablet. Instead of P40 it is MP9. Is it generic of Protonix? ## Yes, this also contains 40mgs of Pantoprazole, in a time released formulation. This is a proton pump inhibitor used to treat or prevent conditions, such as ulcers, heartburn, gastritis and GERD and its side effects may include nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and flatulence. Learn more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## Thank you so much for your reply. I get concerned when my medication looks different. ## Deb, you're very welcome. Feel free to ask, any time, that's what I'm here for. In many cases, people do end up with pills or capsules that look different from what they were previously taking, because a pharmac... ...
Updated 6 years ago in Protonix.
Sat, Sep 10 '11, 10:26 AM
pantop hp kit
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For HB pylori bacteria ## The Patop HP kit combines the proton pump inhibitor Pantoprazole wth the antibiotic Clarithromycin to kill the H Pylori bacteria that cause some ulcers and reduce the amount of acid produced by your stomach. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, diarrhea and skin rash. You can read more on the active ingredients here: Are there any questions I can answer for you? ## I brought Pantop HP Kit (Aristo) from India which was prescribed by doctor from TMA Pai Hospital, Udupi last week to eliminate H Pylori bacteria from my body. Please advise me the dosage. ## Hi My brother have the problem of continue vomitting from past 45 days with an interval of 2/3/5/6 days then his treatment was done in Apollo,New Delhi,India and found the H.Pyroli positive trough ... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Pantoprazole.
Sat, May 23 '15, 9:17 AM
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THIS PILL HAS BEEN IN MY MED CABENT FOR LIKE 2 YEARS IS THERE A EXP TIME OR ARE THEY OK TO USE ## Hello, Joe! How are you> These contain 20mgs of Omeprazole, with is a proton pump inhibitor that's used to reduce the amount of acid produced by the stomach to treat or prevent conditions such as heartburn, GERD, ulcers and gastritis. That said, if it the bottle was opened 2 years, like an over the counter bottle or in a bottle that was dispensed by your pharmacy, then they expired one year from that time. They don't get dangerous, when expired, but they do begin to lose efficacy and it would be best to dispose of them and pick up a new supply. However, if they were still sealed in the original factory container, then are usually good for 3 to 4 years. Is there anything else I c... ...
Updated 2 years ago in Omeprazole.
Thu, Oct 30 '14, 4:26 PM
pantoprazole sod dr 40 mg compared to nexium
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Since Nexium 40 mg is now OTC, my doctor switched me to Pantoprazole sod dr 40 mg so i can continue to have it sent to me thru express scripts. Is there a difference between the two? I don't have any side effects from Nexium .... .will this new pill have side effects? ## Hello, Donna! How are you? It is a different medication, but in the same drug class, they are both proton pump inhibitors. It may cause you to experience side effects, there's no way to know, until you try it and see. The side effects can include nausea, dizziness, flatulence and stomach pain. Are there any other questions or concerns? ...
Updated 3 years ago in Pantoprazole.
Thu, Jul 17 '14, 12:22 PM
Dexilant Dr Caps
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have taken 60 mg dexilant for two years.for acid reflucx then started having a lot of pain in my hips..finally looked at side effect.and guess what,bone density and hip problems #1 on the list.quit taking this stuff and the ole stomach is back making as much or more acid as ## Have you consulted your doctor? The proton pump inhibitors, such as the Dexlansoprazole in this, are known to cause some problematic side effects, in some people that take them. However, if you are still having an acidity problem, you might need to try a different type of antacid, such as Pepcid, which contains the active ingredient Famotidine: But, you should check with your doctor, before trying a new medication. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Dexilant.
Mon, Mar 12 '12, 11:36 AM

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