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We also have a bottle of omedex plus from Mexico says it is esomeprazol equivalent of 40 mg red and white capsule no writing on capsule should I be afraid of it ## Omedex is listed as being a Mexican brand of Esomeprazole, which would be known by the name brand Nexium in the U.S. However, it is difficult to know if that's what they actually are, which is true of almost any medication from Mexico. Where/how was it obtained? ## I have used Mexican Medication for over 2 years and if I don't take the Omedex Plus I can tell it by 10am. If Mexico can sell their med's this cheap why is the USA Government making it so hard for US citizens to afford their medication . Generic Nexium 100 cap.$20.00 can't even do that with insurance. And they wonder why there are so many winter Tex... ...

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Omedex Plus 40 Mg

I live an hour away from the border and just got me a bottle of Omedex Plus with a label and the pills are blue over white. ## Omedex is listed as being a Mexican brand of Esomeprazole, which would be known by the name brand Nexium in the U.S. Esomeprazole is in a class of medications called proton pump inhibitors. It works by decreasing the amount of acid made in the stomach. You can learn more about this drug on the page for Esomeprazole Details I hope this info helps! Did you have any particular questions or concerns regarding its use? ## Do prenatal vitamin pills with a NDC # of 69543-0258-10 have Omega-3 in it? ...

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Omedex Plus 40 mg clear capsule with white pellets inside

Has anyone tried the Omedex Plus 40 mg Esomeprazol as a substitute for Nexium. I bought some in Mexico but haven't tried it yet. It is a clear capsule with with pellets inside. The pellets look like the same thing as inside the Nexium capsules. Insurance quit paying for Nexium so looking for an alternative. Thanks ## Hi Mike, Have you considered looking into any "natural" alternatives to Nexium? A few to mention are suggested in the link below: livestrong.com/article/147832-natural-alternatives-to-nexium Additionally, you can adjust your diet to help improve any symptoms of GERD: -Avoid or reduce consumption of foods and beverages that contain caffeine, chocolate, garlic, onions, peppermint, spearmint, and alcohol. Both caffeinated and decaffeinated coffees increase acid sec... ...

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medicines from mexico

can any of mafena retard hurt a healthy 51 year old man? ## I have esomeprazol Generic Nexium Omedex Plus. This is generic for Nexium 40 mg. These capsules are blue and white and I thought Nexium was purple. ## Generics do not look like the name brand medicines as that is part of the patent of the medication, generics aren't even the same look from all manufactures, even when you get the medications from the US, athough US generics all would have the same markings I do not know much about Mexican medications. I do know that apparently Omedex Plus is packed in various colored capsules as the ones I have are in clear ones. ...

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