Pankreoflat

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Pankreoflat

Pill ## Sorry this medication is not listed in any of the U.S. drug databases, so apparently it is not available here. Drugs from other countries are not as strictly regulated as those under the FDA, so finding information on them is very difficult. I suggest asking your doctor or pharmacist for more information. ...

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Side -effects Pankreoflat

i am healty but have a problem with irritable bowl sindrome. I dont take medication for it. Are there any side effects that i should know of if i am taking pankreoflat. Do i have to have a prescribtion. I am 75 years old ## Pankreoflat contains Dimethicone and Pancreatin. The Pancreatin is a digestive enzyme and Dimethicone is used to prevent or treat gas. As to whether or not it requires a prescription, that depends on what country you are in. I know in the U.S. the Pancreatin is an over the counter supplement and the Dimethicone is not available, we use Simethicone, instead. This also means that I don't have information on the side effects for you. Does anyone else have more information? ## I was prescribed Pankreoflat by a Gastro Consultant in Spain. 1 Tablet with every meal. On ... ...

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Pankreoflat discontinued

What substitute can I use for pankreoflat, please help!! ## Have you talked to your doctor or pharmacist about finding a substitute you can use? The active ingredient in it was Pancreatin, so what you'd really need to look for is another medication that contains it in the same dosage. ## I need tab. pankreoflat. doctor prescribed to me. At present I am in Malaysia. I am not getting here. So I need equivalent alternative tab ## Prakash I am seeing that Pancreatin supplements seem to be available over the counter from a number of places on the internet. Is this the same thing as the ingredient in your original medication? One such place is Amazon.com where lots of brands of this supplement are listed, but I am not sure if that is an option for you in Malaysia. ...

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Substitute for pankreoflat

Is euglim-M2 a substitute of pankreoflat? ## No, Euglim-M2 is most commonly used to treat diabetes by helping to lower and control blood sugar levels, according to the NIH. Its typical side effects are listed as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, flatulence, and hypoglycemia. But Pankreoflat contains enzymes to help with pancreatic function and to aid in digestion. Which one has your doctor prescribed? ## I’m looking for the medicine Pakreoflat. if it cannot be found I need a list of similar medications. Any thoughts? ...

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Pankreoflat for indigestion

I am a patient of indigestion, for which my doctor prescribed Pankreoflat. I have been taking it for three weeks and would like to know how many days I should continue taking it for? ...

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pankreflat

stomach pain lower back pain nausea bloating ## Pankreoflat contains Pancreatine, in the forms of the digestive enzymes that are normally produced by the Pancreas. I am sorry, but your post isn't very clear. Where you prescribed it for those problems or do you think it may be causing them? Those are symptoms commonly associated with Pancreatitis, which occurs when the enzymes it produces are working on the Pancreas itself, rather than on digesting food, as they are supposed to. The medication is used to relieve the gas and bloating that this and other conditions can cause and to ease the workload of the Pancreas. ## My dog needs a digestive enzyme. His pH is 6~very acidic, and he is not digesting his food well. Does the enzyme need to be enteric coated in order to reach the intestin... ...

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econorm capsules

what is the purpose of taking econorm capsules ## From what I can find, these contain Saccharomyces boulardii, it is used to various gastro-intestinal disorders. Read more: Is there anything else I can help with? ## I have been taking these three tablets : pankreoflat, econorm and nexpro rd 40, since 6 months. i experience a lot of pain in the left side of lower abdomen, formation of gas and semi solid stool. iam not able to see any positive results and loosing my weight . do these medicines have any side effects and please tell me wat kind of diet should i take? ## i can understand your concern i also suffering same problem past 7 years. this called IBS problem. my friend i'll suggest you leave the medicens and change your life style. early morning wake and avoid junk food. i hope ... ...

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Veloz M 20 MG

Dear Sir/Madam is there any effect on kidneys or side effect for taking daily veloz m 20 mg tablets ## Veloz-M contains the active ingredients Rabeprazole and Mosapride, it is used to treat or prevent conditions such as ulcers, GERD, heartburn and gastritis. All medications carry the risk of side effects, there are no specific warnings regarding using it and renal function, however, they are only intended to be used for a short period of time, usually 3 to 4 months. Common side effects may include: nausea, dizziness, stomach pain and flatulence. Learn more: Are there any other comments or questions? ## I am 35 yrs. old women.Recently i have been suffering form acidity/gastric. Two yrs ago during similar gastric problem I was prescribed Pankreoflat and Veloz M 20 mg by doctor at Apollo H... ...

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pankreoflat generic ibs

What can I use as a generic in south Africa ...

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Pankreoflat allergy / side effects

When I took Pankreoflat tablets one month before it expired I got red itchy rashes and dots on my legs and arms. Please advise. ...

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Pankreaflat

Where in South Africa can I find Pankreoflat? Phacmacys said that it is dis-continued. ...

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